Leaked document shows the Fisker Karma suffers from much more than fires
Just days after Fisker announced yet another safety recall, the automaker now finds itself in hot water again over a leaked document. The document titled “Consumer Town Hall FAQ,” was revealed this morning on the automotive website Jalopnik. Fisker sent the four-page document to Karma owners in regard to a number of potential problems. Although news of Karma fires has dominated the headlines as of late, the leaked document shows that owners may be in store for a plethora of other issues.
The letter primarily addresses Command Center problems that Karma owners might have experienced. In particular, Fisker focused on the unresponsiveness of the system, which drivers have complained about. Fisker contends that delays are to be expected because the Karma’s Command Center is a computer, which needs time to boot up. It will also take time for the Command Center’s options like audio, phone and navigation to fully load.
Additionally, Fisker tackled Command Center annoyances like mute options and blue screens. In case customers were wondering, there is no way to mute the voice on the navigation system. How about the fact that the Command Center screen randomly turns blue? Well, that occurs when drivers shift from reverse to drive, according to Fisker.