With the Geneva Motor Show just finished, the word on the street is that Fisker will be bringing a new version of the Karma plug-in hybrid to the Frankfurt Motor Show this fall. The source of this is Fisker's chief operating officer, Barney Koehler, who told Automotive World in Geneva:
Koehler added that the new car will, like all Karma derivatives, be built by Valmet in Finland. Production of the first Karma is scheduled to start later this month and Fisker is shooting to deliver 7,000 units this year (15,000 in 2012). Koehler also said that the first Fisker Nina prototype vehicles will start later this year in Delaware.
After Karma, there will be another car, which we are launching in Frankfurt this year, and selling six months later. Then there will be Sunset, one year later. We have one platform for Karma and two derivatives, meaning a total of three body styles. ... We want to keep it under wraps. It's a good-looking car, and our dealers are going crazy about it. They love it, and they love the fact that it will be available so soon.