Fisker Cuts Sales Goals Again
Citing complex certification processes, Fisker Automotive has cut its sales target for the plug-in hybrid electric Karma once again.
Initially set at 15,000 units for 2012, in November the American start-up automaker headed by renowned automotive designer Henrik Fisker shopped the forecast to 12,000 units in November. Now Fisker has reduced that goal once again, to 10,000 units.
According to the company, extensive mileage and emissions certifications are to blame for getting the car to market slower than expected. In addition, Fisker has encountered other issues with a recent software glitch that halted production, as well as a recall as a result of a possible coolant leak.
GALLERY: Fisker Karma
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