Fisker Karma. New Advert. Will the car really change things?


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Henrik Fisker, a 37-year-old Danish-born car design, surprised the industry and car designers alike two years ago when he dropped the reigns and away from one of the most coveted jobs in the car industry, Design Director for Aston Martin and Director of Ford’s Global Advanced Design Studio.

Following his heart with more passion than most, he embarked on a flight of fancy with the Fisker project. With MILLIONS of Benjamin Franklins from the US government and a car that could change the world he has however yet to deliver. Will the car change the face of the automotive industry or is he just too late? Will it work in the MIddle East? I think I can see a certain spread of Arabic Nationals jumping on the technology yet it hasn’t really helped Tesla along the way. Even with local investment in Tesla we still haven’t seen any on the road.

So to avoid unwanted attention, why not throw a sexy advert out there to divert some attention…It’s coming…it really is?

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