Fisker Karma shows its not a loser by winning four more prestigious design awards
Fisker Automotive, who already has a long string of awards under its belt, has added four more from prestigious organizations in the U.S., Germany, and Sweden. One wonders just what planet Romney is living on that he can see Fisker as a Loser.
Last night at the Fast Company Magazine ‘Innovation by Design’ Awards, the company beat out strong entries in the Transportation Category. Those entries included the Boeing 787 airliner, the Faraday Bike and Ford’s Fusion. Judges recognized the Fisker Karma as one of the best design-driven innovations of the Year. According to the panel, “The Fisker shows what you can do in taking risks in sedan design, and that’s what consumers really want.”
The same night, in Germany, the Fisker Karma was awarded a coveted Auto Bild Magazine “Golden Steering Wheel Award” as “Classic Car of the Future.” This award was voted for by readers of the magazine. Henrik Fisker said, “As the only non-German car to win an award tonight, in the heartland of BMW, Porsche, Mercedes and Audi, we are extremely proud to be considered in such high esteem, just months after bringing our new brand to this very competitive European market.”