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Consumer Reports Pummels Fisker Karma

Fisker Karma CR at Consumer Reports Pummels Fisker Karma

We thought by now guys at Consumer Reports have gotten over the fact that in their first encounter with the $100,000 Fisker Karma – which they’d actually bought for the test – broke down and had to be towed away. But no. Turns out they are still pissed at Karma, Fisker, even celebrities who buy this thing. In their recent review they totally pummeled the car.

The reviewer’s main beef is that the Karma is more of a fashion statement than an EV that would work in the real world. Sure, the car has shortcomings, and a lot of it to be honest, but he shouldn’t totally ignore what Henrik Fisker has achieved here almost single-handedly. None of the production electric cars on sale today are flawless. And none of them are as interesting as the Karma.

We think it’s unfair to diss the Karma for being pretty and cool. Watch the review below, see if you agree:

And here’s what happened when CR first got the Karma:

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