The new Fisker shows signs of life, launches Customer Support Program

Fisker Karma

Fisker’s new owner, Chinese parts giant Wanxiang, hopes to bring the American automaker back from the dead. It made a promising start on its resurrection plan this week as it launched a Customer Support Program for existing Karma owners.

A letter to current owners reiterated that the company plans to “re-launch the Karma and introduce future models,” and promises to “engage in an active relationship with Fisker Karma owners.”

A new web site shows a network of 15 CSP service centers where warranty repairs will be available. Fisker will provide up to $2,000 in parts and labor for covered repairs free to all owners, and an additional $2,000 in parts and $1,000 in labor to original owners.

The fact that Fisker confidently states that parts are available indicates that Wanxiang must have rebuilt relationships with former suppliers, some of which say they went unpaid when the company went wheels-up.              

The company is rumored to be renamed Elux and relaunch the Karma by mid-2016 

 

Source: Green Car Reports