Fisker Try to Achieve Sales Goals with Some Help from the Dutch

Fisker Karma 1 photo
Photo: Fisker
Having sold no fewer than 1000 of their Karmas in the first months of the year, as previously reported, and Fisker having announced that their revenues for the period have exceeded $100- (€80-) million, while at the same time the company’s total funding has surpassed the $1billion (€800-million) mark, they are still far off their 15,000 units per year sales target, if we are to consider their Q1 sales.
This all means that their sales are going decently so far, with calculations leading us to a figure of a little more than 5 cars per day being sold - not a bad performance considering that each car costs in excess of $100,000 (€80,000). Their goal is to sell 15,000 cars by the end of the year, but it’s a bit optimistic, as it would imply them selling over 40 cars a day to achieve it.

Hope, however, is not lost, with European sales apparently picking up, sparked by the very good sales numbers registered in Europe, in the Netherlands to be more specific. Apparently, people in “the low countries” have really taken a liking to the Fisker, and in the period from January to April, it has outsold its mainstream rivals, the Audi A8, BMW 7-Series and Mercedes-Benz S-Class.
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