Fisker Automotive can't seem to catch break -- because its Karma hybrid EV sedan has yet again become too hot. Similar to an incident last spring that left a model burnt to near smithereens and damaged its owner's house, the Karma above caught fire in a Woodside, CA parking lot while powered off. Jalopnik was to first to get word of the incident, noting that the damage remained reserved to the front left of the vehicle, near where an exhaust is located.
Beyond the break you'll find the trailer for the indie film The Burnt House, which tells the story of Megan and Joe, a couple who have recently experienced the death their infant son to SIDS. The tragedy has spawned a rift between t... Read Post
Fisker's Karma plug-in hybrid has already won flocks of followers thanks to its stunning looks and powerful stat sheet, so it should be no surprise that the opening of the brand's Santa Monica dealership was met with a full house of... Read Post
Concept Cars, Detroit Auto Show, Hybrids/Alternative, Green Click above for high-res image gallery of the Fisker Karma Just one short year after Fisker debuted its plug-in hybrid Karma show car at the Detroit Auto Show, the house th... Read Post