Under their partnership, EV Connect will install and service electric vehicle supply equipment for Karma plug-in hybrid sedan owners and 47 Fisker dealers throughout the United States and Canada.
“Everything we do at Fisker revolves around the customer experience, so we choose our partners with great care and diligence,” said Marti Eulberg, VP Global Sales and Marketing at Fisker Automotive. “We want to provide all our customers with a totally seamless experience and this partnership ensures that Fisker drivers across North America will receive the high level of quality service that they expect from the Fisker brand, beginning at the point-of-purchase all the way through to their charging experience at home.”
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So before you buy a Fisker Karma and leave the showroom, EV Connect will kick-off the installation process for your charging equipment at your home or workplace. Fisker said that EV Connect will serve as the singular point of contact for the purchase and ongoing maintenance of all Fisker EVSE.
Refresher: Power comes from Fisker’s Q-DRIVE system, which is made up of two 201-hp electric-motors that are powered by a lithium-ion battery pack. That allows the 2010 Karma to travel up to 50 miles without the use of any gasoline. A generator attached to a 260-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter Ecotec direct injection gasoline engine by General Motors provides an extended range of up to 300 miles. 0 to 60 mph comes in 5.8 seconds with a top speed of 125 mph.
– By: Omar Rana