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Here's a good article that attempts to explain why the Karma looks so beautiful.

http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2012/04/vellum-venom-2012-fisker-karma/
 

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dennis said:
Here's a good article that attempts to explain why the Karma looks so beautiful.

http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2012/04/vellum-venom-2012-fisker-karma/
It's pretty refreshing to read an article, and comments, directed at the Karma's design and execution as opposed to the collateral issues and political conflict that has erupted over the EV technology. Since I have started driving my Karma, I have been astonished at how many people just feel compelled to stop and talk to me about the car. There is something visceral about the design that causes people to want to take a second and third look at it. I very much doubt that Ferrari owners have to deal with this as much as Karma owners do.
 

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Fabulist said:
It's pretty refreshing to read an article, and comments, directed at the Karma's design and execution as opposed to the collateral issues and political conflict that has erupted over the EV technology. Since I have started driving my Karma, I have been astonished at how many people just feel compelled to stop and talk to me about the car. There is something visceral about the design that causes people to want to take a second and third look at it. I very much doubt that Ferrari owners have to deal with this as much as Karma owners do.
I wonder if this will change when Karmas become as common as Ferraris. :D
 

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Good read.
 

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Fabulist said:
dennis said:
Here's a good article that attempts to explain why the Karma looks so beautiful.

http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2012/04/vellum-venom-2012-fisker-karma/
It's pretty refreshing to read an article, and comments, directed at the Karma's design and execution as opposed to the collateral issues and political conflict that has erupted over the EV technology. Since I have started driving my Karma, I have been astonished at how many people just feel compelled to stop and talk to me about the car. There is something visceral about the design that causes people to want to take a second and third look at it. I very much doubt that Ferrari owners have to deal with this as much as Karma owners do.
Haha it's true, I have an f430 spider as well as my karma and while people look at the Ferrari a lot I get a lot more people really stop and look and ask questions about the karma I think just because it's so different and unlike anything else
 
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