Fisker is one of those brands that has a great idea, a great car, a great design and a management that’s less than great at sorting out various issues like cash flow, delivery schedules and the likes.
After several issues with money, delays, CEO personal issues, delays, costs, delays and even some delays, we finally took a breather when the Fisker Karma entered production in Finland.
A little relaxation came up in the atmosphere when things settled down and quieted out for a bit in the life of Fisker, the buyers of the Karma and their investors when no more bad news were around.
That period, I’m afraid, has passed. Once again stuck on behalf of some management timing issue, the Fisker Karma deliveries have been delayed.
Not really a surprise, and not that it really matters, but this time the blame falls on the emissions committees testing and results for the Fisker Karma.
Apparently, it’s not Fisker’s fault. That’s quite the bold statement given we’re talking about a company that has been promising this car since all the way back in the September of 2010 and has constantly been delayed for one reason or another.
Even so, it seems like orders are still piling up since the company’s sales chief claims that 100 units have been pre-sold and 50 other buyers are on the waiting list for one of these.