Actually that was an in-house design.Who built the folding roof?
I would buy a second Karma and let someone hack away at it to slap on two doors and put a drop top on it--I don't care about trunk space.Actually that was an in-house design.Who built the folding roof?
Around the time the Karma S (aka Sunset came out) Valmet bought the roof business from Karmann. Fisker, at the time, hired a few engineers from Karmann who designed the roof for the sunset.
Not going to happen. They want to build a luxury brand like Ferrari, Lambo, and Bugati. The next car will be over $200K+, I heard that straight from KA.There is a Sunset string but nothing new, so figured I'd start a new one. Obviously KA is looking to existing Karma owners to be the new Revero prospect as we are the easiest and most likely target. However, the variances aren't great enough for me to open my check book for a Revero. I would plead with KA to lean on the target and do something that a group WOULD consider: a hard top convertible. I think if KA saw a string with multiple prospects from a built in customer base, it couldn't hurt. I for one will not be buying a Revero, but a four seater convertible as drafted prior--I'm in.
How many others have a similar perspective?
Why would they? They clearly are going after the high-end market with people who have several exotic cars. There is no margin in it nor would it help the brand. I would have thought Karma would do an SUV, but I think their advertising is clear on the target market.I thought they were building Nian aka Atlantic.