What car do you like better based on the design?
- Fisker Karma
- Fisker EMotion
I agree with reserving judgment, particularly since all the images released to date have been renderings from digital design data, not photos of actual physical cars. I saw a photo of Henrik working out he clay full-sized model, which when completed, should give us a lot more information.well until i see more, i'll hold judgement, but first glance, little or no panel gaps in the rear image (emotion 1, karma 0) , scissor doors (emotion 1, karma 0), Henrik learning a lesson from his karma experiment (CIU and back seats) - priceless.
so given what i've seen so far, emotion would be my daily, but past experience tells me to hold judgement. LOL
I really was not liking the initial version of the front end. Way too may lines making it complicated instead of the beauty of simplicity.... but they pulled the front end picture from their site... I don't think we can make an informed decision without seeing the final product.What car do you like better based on the design?
Well, "debut" and "available for purchase" are very different things. Remember, the Fisker Karma debuted in January of 2008 at the NA International Auto Show but first customer deliveries didn't start until four years later. I was in the first wave of orders and I took delivery in February 2012. (The first retail deliveries happened in November of 2011). For all of its delay, KA is way ahead of Fisker, Inc. in terms of having a car actually on the market and available for purchase.I'm astounded that Henrik could have a car on the road, after coming out of nowhere only a few short months ago with the design, and beat Karma Automotive to the punch despite KA having the backing of a Chinese Billionaire, and recently spending $56M on purchasing its HQ in California: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/04/07/karma-buys-headquarters-for-56-25-million/.