Burning for youPosted on October 31st, 2012 No comments
I don’t normally like to link to Jalopnik but, credit where it’s due, this is their story.
It seemed, to me at least, that this story was pretty quiet in social media today. I saw a small number of posts and they could all be described as quiet.
So, what does it mean if a dozen or more (16?) Karmas burn after being submerged in salt water. Well, the obvious thing is, do not submerge your Karma in salt water. I’m not sure this story is yet another well deserved slap up side the head to Fisker or if they were just one of the many victims of Hurricane Sandy. To know for sure I would need to see what happened to other vehicles similarly treated. It’s a pretty extreme test for anything. Salt water is notoriously unkind to most things.
I almost want to say that no matter what, this looks bad for Fisker but I’m not saying that. To be fair, this could have been, to one extent or another, unavoidable.Advanced Technology, Batteries, Commentary, EV, Extended Range EV Batteries, burn, EV, fire, fisker, hurricane sandy, karma, sandy
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