An understated aftermarket program transforms the luxury EV into a more attractive proposition.
Fisker has been in the news for all the wrong reasons of late. Funding disputes with the government, recalls for the Karma, hundreds of models lost in Hurricane Sandy and the cancelation of its second model, the Atlantic. On top of that the company's founder, Henrik Fisker, quit last month after disagreeing with management about how the business was being run. So it makes for a pleasant change to see the Karma in better light, with a rare makeover for the electric car coming from Orlando-based tuner Ultimate Auto.
The standout feature on the aftermarket program is a set of awesome 24-inch Forgiato alloys, while other modest touches made to the Karma include a 3M matte & brushed stripe, Llumar Ceramic tint, smoked lights, and matching painted trim.