Report: Fisker Karma Arrival Delayed

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Although the Fisker Karma recently received some publicity after it was driven a couple laps around the Formula One Grand Prix by Prince Albert of Monaco, it's U.S. arrival will reportedly be delayed once again. The plug-in extended range EV was supposed to arrive in the U.S. earlier in the year, but now it won't go on sale until July, at the earliest. In fact, the first cars to arrive will be going directly to those who've already put down a deposit.

This comes literally days after the company announced that the first cars would arrive in the May/June timeframe. So as of now, the cars are at least a month behind schedule. Will this be the last delay? Who knows, as Fisker has promised expecting owners the car for well over a year now.

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