Originally said to be US$80,000 when previewed in 2008, the price rose to the above figure earlier this year, and now Fisker says it will begin at US$95,900.
Including tax incentives for being a green car, Fisker says the Karma is comparable to a Porsche Panamera S price-wise, meaning in Australia, the Karma would probably come in north of AU$270,000.
Pricing of the Karma will be as follows (in US dollars):
Options include: Tri-Tone Leather Interior: $2,200, Diamond Dust Paint : $3,000, "Special Paint" : $3,000
After numerous production delays and funding problems, it would seem the Karma is off to a shaky start. The first test cars will only be ready mid next year.
What we want to know is: Would you pay a quarter of a million for a car that does 0-100km/h in only 5.8 seconds, but is kind on the environment?