Fisker is by no means old, he's 200% relevant.Old designers never die, they just imagine new cars.
I must have it. The champagne holders were the deciding factor!
It's basically a high-speed champagne delivery vehicle, since you can't actually drink the stuff while you are driving, and in the Middle East, they have to replace them with carbonated apple juice or some such.Specs: $300,000
Engine: 8.4-litre n/a V10
Six speed manual/6-spd auto option, front-engined, rear-wheel drive
Power: 745bhp @ 6100rpm , 638lb ft of torque @ 5000rpm
0-60mph in 3.0 seconds, 218mph top speed
1/4 mile: 10.97 seconds/136.88mph
Journalists say Dodge Viper.Did I miss, what the base of this wonderful devil is? Do they build it from scratch or do they source significant parts from other brands?
looks like he took the rocket look from the mustang and placed it on a viper ;-)It's Viper and yes, Coach build much like his Latigo, Tramonto, Rocket etc.
l I told him the fisker should of been a REAL coupe -- While the four doors are nice, I think a real KARMA Coupe would of been special
Then Tony Posawatz sent that exact same sunset to VL for the MAACO $99 paint and body kit special. Ruined ForeverI am not sure if this counts, but Henrik did design a (heartbreakingly beautiful) coupe version of Karma, the Sunset. Sadly, it never came to pass for reasons already well known to the readers of this forum.
This was the car I really wanted, but even when the company was operating, it did not seem like they intended to ever build it.