Chesser: 10 Reasons Why Fisker May Be Worse Than Solyndra

“The only reasons Fisker has not superseded Solyndra on the disaster scale is because it has not declared bankruptcy yet…”

Paul Chesser writes at

Automotive and green technology advocacy Web sites are abuzz with a story about a former employee of Fisker Automotive who claims the company released its $102,000-plus Karma electric sport sedan prematurely, in order to meet targets set forth by the Department of Energy so Fisker could access funds from a $529 million loan award.

This followed reports from all over the Internet that Consumer Reports purchased a Karma in Connecticut for $107,850, only to see it totally disabled before the magazine could run it through its tests…

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