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The Fisker Karma has stunning looks, backed up by impressive acceleration and has single-handedly made electric cars cool
I must admit to going in to this report and expecting to read a glowing review considering the base materials that have gone in to this clean sheet design.
I know Fisker is a relatively small company with a relatively limited budget but I really would have expected them to produce a more complete product.
An interesting look towards the future (no matter what the report says) but one that still needs a bit of work. Shame.
It's all about the twisties........
I believe it has the potential for greatness, but just don't get the styling. The front screams point-and-laugh-at-Salon-Privé, while the rear seems to be apologising for being a Japanese attempt at an American car.
I'm sure once a few get about I'll grow to love it.
Really pretty, really smart.
Competance executes, character inspires
A weight of over 2.5 tons, 0-60 in 5.9 seconds and a government CO2 output of 87 g/km.
I wonder what the real world mpg is?
I really like the look of this. I can see it appealing to the type of person who would also consider a Maserati Quattroporte. If I had the money and was looking for a stylish large coupe or saloon it'd be on my shortlist
This car will find buyers in the UK. I am not a fan but I respect and understand it. The only thing I would change is that horrible steering wheel.
Am still waiting for the Tesla S...
A fine attempt at a ground breaking car from a totally new company, once again the obvious problem is the weight which at 2500kgs is at least 600kgs too heavy but still full marks for this attempt.
[quote March1]Am still waiting for the Tesla S...[/quote] at almost 800 kilos lighter it will probably be worth the wait also :)
Just don't like the price.