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Fisker Karma

Hollywood, Your Plug-In Hybrid Electric Has Arrived 2012 Fisker Karma – Click above for high-res image gallery Business partners Henrik Fisker and Bernhard Koehler are visibly on edge. While they want to dedicate every ounce of their focus on this all-important launch of their first…

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2012 Fisker Karma - 4dr Sedan (EcoStandard)
4dr Sedan (EcoStandard)
MSRP:
$102,000
Engine:
MPG:
55 City / 54 HWY
2012 Fisker Karma - 4dr Sedan (EcoSport)
4dr Sedan (EcoSport)
MSRP:
$110,000
Engine:
MPG:
55 City / 54 HWY
2012 Fisker Karma - 4dr Sedan (EcoChic)
4dr Sedan (EcoChic)
MSRP:
$115,000
Engine:
MPG:
55 City / 54 HWY
Fisker looking to hire 37 at career fair this week

Wanxiang-Owned Plug-In Vehicle Maker Plans Comeback

Fisker looks to hire about three-dozen people starting this week for its new Southern California factory.
New Fisker aiming for mid-2016 production Karma restart

Fisker intends to relaunch the updated Karma in 2016, and the company's goal is to have them ready by the middle of the year. They are being built at a new factory in Moreno Valley, CA.
New Fisker ready to reopen in California?

No Word On When New Owner Wanxiang Will Start Making Cars

New incarnation of Fisker will open 556,000-square-foot factory east of Los Angeles.

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2012 Fisker Karma
$55,995 / 21,851 miles / NJ
2012 Fisker Karma
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Paparazzi crash while chasing Justin Bieber's chrome Fisker Karma

It makes a lot of sense for Fisker Automotive to hook up with Hollywood celebrities like Justin Bieber and Leonardo DiCaprio to promote its expensive, slick, and environmentally conscious Karma plug-in hybrid sports car. It can be especially cool to see Bieber driving by in his chromed-out Karma, which he received from his manager as an 18th birthday gift, originally un-chromed. The problem is that paparazzi – and anyone with working eyes – can spot him incredibly easily. Below, you
Fisker: cooling fan responsible for Karma fire; voluntary recall has started

After two short "we're looking into it" official statements (1, 2), Fisker Automotive has announced that it has completed a "detailed investigation" into the strange, spontaneous combustion of a Karma plug-in hybrid that happened in Woodside, CA last weekend. The result? A voluntary recall to fix the low-temperature cooling fan located in the left front of the Karma, in front of the wheel, that apparently has "an internal fault that caused it to fail, overheat and start a slow burning fire."
Engine packaging to blame for Fisker Karma garage fire? [UPDATE]

While the investigation of the Fisker Karma that toasted a Texas garage is not over, pundits have begun to weigh in. Automotive News has found a particularly credible one in Jon Bereisa, CEO of Auto Lectrification and the chief engineer of the General Motors EV1 and systems architect for the Chevrolet Volt. And according to Bereisa, the poor packaging of the Karma's internal combustion engine is what likely caused the fire.
Fisker Karma to blame for garage fire in Texas?

All the Justin Bieber in the world doesn't seem like enough for Fisker to catch a break. First it was a 2012 Fisker Karma spectacularly crapping out on Consumer Reports. Now a Texas fire investigator has said that a house fire originated with the plug-in hybrid, according to AutoWeek.