Congratulations! Looking forward to adding your Earth Karma to our next luncheon photo. Guess we will have to ask a passerby to snap the pic.
Congratulations! A DB9 is a hard act to follow, but the Karma has its own set of charms, so you will be able to continue to enjoy both cars -- the best of both worlds. Can't wait to see you with the new car at one of our group lunches.pythagoras said:Just bought my new Karma Earth/Dune from Fisker Silicon Valley this morning and took it to Filoli gardens and the Redwood City Salsa festival. Downtown Redwood City was packed with cars trolling for parking spaces -- lucky for me a ChargePoint space was the only one open! I called to activate the charger expecting to return to a full charge, but a Tesla Roadster came by later and swiped my charging cable so I only got to 40 miles battery!
It would seem proper for us EV/ER Fisker owners to defer to the pure EV Teslas since they are more likely to be stranded from low charge, but after Elon's not-so-kind mouthing about Fisker I'm not so sure I want to
My mother-in-law rode on the way back and kept trying to grab for (non-existent) roof handles every time I hit the accelerator. Definitely just as fun as my DB9!
Anybody know whether people can steal charge from your credit card by doing this, or is a new card swipe required to continue charging after pulling the plug out of your car?michaelCA said:I can't understand why it is possible to unplug the cable. The charging cable is locked and unlocks when you swipe your card. Why is the charging cable not locked in the car too until you swipe again or when the car does not drain any current. Sounds simple to me and easy to implement. I am sure there will be always funny people unplugings these cables.