Fisker Automotive may have an investor that could pull the struggling extended range Karma-maker off life support. Two German investors have made an offer that's been signed and "on the table," according to a Facebook post by Ingo Voigt, one of the two investors.
White Knight Fisker Karma
- Danny King
- Jul 16, 2013
In the "it may be broke, but we ain't fixing it" department, the US government has decided not to shutter the $25 billion Department of Energy loan program geared to accelerate advanced-powertrain technology development, the Detroit News reports. Given the opportunity to cut a mere $6 million in funding earmarked specifically to oversee the $25 billion Advanced Vehicle Technology Manufacturing program, the US House declined and the Obama Administration said that there remains more than $15 billi
- Sebastian Blanco
- May 2, 2012
If you think the Fisker Karma isn't quite flashy enough, there is always the aftermarket. And, if you don't want to go the whole chrome routine à la Justin Bieber, you could look into the SR Auto Group's White Knight, which is a modified Karma inside and out. Mostly outside.
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