You are right. I want my Nina.Deep Ocean said:Not a fan of the design, looks too much like a wagon. I'd jump to the Nina and spend time on it, get it right and be the one that offers a high quality Ever for the mid market. People need an alternative to the Volt. The Prius and the Leaf and the Model S just don't cut it.
I'm hoping that by the time they show the production Surf, Fisker has an updated drivetrain to put in it. Not only because the performance is a bit less than promised, but also because the packaging really could use an improvement. That big hump between the rear seats and the trunk, which houses the inverters that drive the motors, severely limits the usable space. While this may be acceptable in the Karma, it's a fatal problem in the Surf since it basically defeats the purpose of the car.Reports today in the Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf indicate that it will unveil the production version of its 2013 Fisker Surf 'shooting brake' at the Paris Motor Show this September.