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Interesting that this was just published, since their test drive took place in August 2012 during the Pebble Beach Concours. Clues were the Carmel Valley location and the presence of Alex Klatt.
 

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Interesting that this was just published, since their test drive took place in August 2012 during the Pebble Beach Concours. Clues were the Carmel Valley location and the presence of Alex Klatt.
I never saw this article before, so I did not think it was a reprint. Some of the info seemed current. I kind of liked it because it reflects the expectation of a functional car, verse the designers intent. It captured the form verse function inherit to the Karma as well as what happens when business realities meets artistic endeavors. Makes me wonder, what if Henrik and his team where unfettered by the government loan and took their time to fully vet the Karma or even the sunset for deliveries? This in contrast to a loan timetable or expectations of the VC? Just a reflection and hope someone with vision can pick up the pieces and moves forward - onward, tomorrow never dies :)
 

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For those of you who haven't seen it, this is from a year ago. It's strictly from the perspective of a car designer.

http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2012/04/vellum-venom-2012-fisker-karma/
Love this quote:
Pull up to any Cars and Coffee gathering in a Fisker and you only need to say this, “Karma’s a bitch, bitch.”


Why? Because you just won at Cars and Coffee, that’s why!


That was exactly my experience at a local C&C about 6 weeks ago. Everyone sorta stopped what they were doing and migrated over to the Karma. It was a very weird feeling...in a good way.
 

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Love this quote:
Pull up to any Cars and Coffee gathering in a Fisker and you only need to say this, “Karma’s a bitch, bitch.”


Why? Because you just won at Cars and Coffee, that’s why!


That was exactly my experience at a local C&C about 6 weeks ago. Everyone sorta stopped what they were doing and migrated over to the Karma. It was a very weird feeling...in a good way.
That's not going to change. If anything the car's mystique is going to deepen if Karma's production never resumes.
 

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Love this quote:
Pull up to any Cars and Coffee gathering in a Fisker and you only need to say this, “Karma’s a bitch, bitch.”


Why? Because you just won at Cars and Coffee, that’s why!


That was exactly my experience at a local C&C about 6 weeks ago. Everyone sorta stopped what they were doing and migrated over to the Karma. It was a very weird feeling...in a good way.
Same here, here is the video to prove it
http://youtu.be/dDw9NUFeFNI
 

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People around here who haven't seen or heard of what's going on in the Fisker world still chase us down on road tests .
 
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