Sitting in hall 1 of the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, was a vehicle so low that--if it wasn't the oddest-looking thing you'd ever seen--you'd have tripped over it. Actually, that's a lie. Every time we passed it, the car had gathered quite a crowd, so you couldn't miss it. It's the work of Finnish company Valmet, better known for its work assembling the 2012 Fisker Karma. It's called the Dawn, but this author can't help thinking it should be named "splat", as the styling--unique in the eye of some, unfortunate to others--resembles that of a car dropped from quite a height onto a hard surface...
New Fisker Karma Based Plug-In Hybrid Set For 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show?
The last we heard of the Fisker Karma was that the plug-in hybrid luxury sedan was still on track for delivery, either this month or in April, but with an increased starting price of $95,900, up from the original price of $80,000 announced back in 2008. While we’re not holding our breath for...Viknesh Vijayenthiran