Fisker teams up with Penske, extends its U.S. dealer network

Article by Christian Andrei, on June 7, 2012

Fisker revealed that it is joining forces with Penske in order to market and service its cars in Arizona but also in the surrounding region. With this new partnership, the Fisker Karma will be available in 80 independent retail locations in the US, Canada and Europe. Currently, Fisker offers just the Karma sedan, which with its unique EVer powertrain combines the power and efficiency of a pure electric car with the range of a traditional car.

The Fisker Karma delivers 403 hp and almost 1,000 lb/ft of torque. Moreover, the car offers a fuel economy of 54 MPGe and 169g CO2/mi. Furthermore, the Karma comes with the world’s largest and most powerful solar glass panel roof on a car and 22-inch wheels.

The price for this vehicle is $103,000, not including a $7,500 federal income tax credit and other local incentives. “Penske Automotive Group is one of the most respected and successful auto retail companies in the world,” said Matthew Malfitano, Director of North American Operations at Fisker Automotive. “Their support speaks volumes about Fisker’s market potential. Fisker is proud to be part of the Penske team and we look forward to a fruitful relationship.”

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