Looks like Fisker is finally on the easy street. After a couple of major setbacks and some financial issues, things are starting to come together nicely as the global demand for the luxurious Karma increases. The electric car maker announced its plan to expand its European dealers network to keep up with the demand, opening showrooms in Spain, Portugal, Oslo, France, Netherlands and other important markets.
Fisker recently announced Guarnieri as its representative in Spain, Portugal and Morocco. The long-established dealer group has dealerships and showrooms across the region with a large and loyal customer base, and also sells other luxury marques such as BMW, Porsche, Ferrari, and McLaren.
An state-of-the-art showroom is also being made in Oslo, based in the center of the world-renowned waterfront district Tjuvholmen is a modern urban waterfront, built on the land of an old shipyard. In France Fisker Automotive showrooms and dealer facilities have recently opened in Paris and Cannes. And in Italy, national importer GP Supercars has created a pop-up Fisker Automotive store in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Milan.
Fisker deserves all the good things coming to them. They proved a green hybrid electric car does not have to be boring and ugly. It’s pricey, yes, but a Karma is a thing of beauty. And it has celebrity endorsement to help with the sales.
Over the next few years Fisker will launch the Atlantic, a smaller, more affordable version of the Karma.