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The number of Fisker Karma’s that have been produced is starting to grow, and Fisker has posted new photos of its lined up Karmas on display. These cars are a mixture of cars for a roadshow for retailers and the first cars for customers.

Row of Fisker Karmas

Fisker’s inaugural electric car the Karma is supposed to reach its first customers in about two weeks — reportedly Leonardo di Caprio will get the first one, followed by Al Gore and Colin Powell. So the number of Fisker Karma’s that have been produced is starting to grow, and Fisker has posted these photos of its lined up Karmas on display.

The company tells me that these cars in the photos are “a mixture of cars for our Retailer Roadshow (44 cities, 104 days and 2,800 drives) and initial customer cars that will be delivered shortly.”

Yep, the early production numbers are low, and Fisker is only reportedly expecting to ramp production up to 300 a week in November. The launch has also been delayed significantly. But they are pretty cool looking, yes?

 
  1. Seems like a very lame investment.

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  2. Personally, the Fisker Karma is a bit expensive. It uses the same Ecotec engine found in Ford Focus, along with an electric motor. Here is the hybrid spec: http://carguideblog.com/2625/fisker-karma-will-get-friskier-at-2010-geneva-auto-show/

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  3. “Fisker is only reportedly expecting to ramp production up to 300 a week in November..”

    I doubt very much they are ramping production to 300 per week. That implies 15,000 unit/year run rate, which seems completely out of whack for a car no one has ever heard of and is rather expensive.

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  4. Maybe 300/year? It does look cool. Rear-end reminds me of a Maserati.

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  5. Maybe 300/YEAR? Does look cool though–Rear-end reminds me of a Maserati.

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