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Question... If they change the name of the car what is that means? The price of the existing fisker karma will increase or decrease ? What you guys think ?
 

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nothing - it won't go up that's for sure. If they really start making them again and offer some type of warranty on our cars then that will help prices I think or slow the depreciation
 

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I think they changed the name because when they bought Fisker they did not own the rights to the name. They assumed they owned the name when they bought the company and then found out later they did not. A licensing company owned the name and likely wanted to much money for it.

Rule #1 in business, don't be too greedy.
 

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Today on Dutch broadcasting Geert jan Tax was interviewed on business news radio. He is MD of Kroymans, importer for The Netherlands for Ferrari ,Aston Martin , Jaguar and Fisker - sold about 170 Fiskers in The Netherlands and usually well informed.
He stated that end of April "good news " was to be expected - also for current owners.
"Current owners will be taken care of in a very good way and some nice upgrades will become available" - The prototypes of the new model are driving around and we continue to be the distributor
for Fisker - end of quote .
 

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Cool. So I can spend her a new entertainment system, 300 miles of range, unlimited warranty, and 3s 0-60 for her 3rd anniversary in May....
 

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Cool. So I can spend her a new entertainment system, 300 miles of range, unlimited warranty, and 3s 0-60 for her 3rd anniversary in May....
She will have to loose some weight first, before spending too much money on her :angel:.......
 

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I heard the interview again today : they also spoke about higher capacity batterypacks and a new driveline.
I must say, we spend €135 k when buying the car - I am not prepared to spend another 15K or so on a new batterypack.
 

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I heard the interview again today : they also spoke about higher capacity batterypacks and a new driveline.
I must say, we spend €135 k when buying the car - I am not prepared to spend another 15K or so on a new batterypack.
I had the same feeling, until I realised that my Fisker is 3 years old now. A new car (not necessarily a Fisker/Elux) is going to cost a lot of money too.

I still haven't found a better looking car. So if I can keep on driving another 3 years in a better Fisker by upgrading it, then this may be an option.
 

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I heard the interview again today : they also spoke about higher capacity batterypacks and a new driveline.

I must say, we spend €135 k when buying the car - I am not prepared to spend another 15K or so on a new batterypack.

I'm sure, you don't have to upgrade her for fun. If it becomes necessary, it is good to know, if you could!
 
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