Our ultimate marketing machine for Electric Cars - Fisker Karma is in action now. Luxury segment of Electric Cars will be driven by the Apple's social status recognition on steroids in this case. CBS's placement of this product in the context of "Internet mogul played by A-list celebrity" will make the headlines and real celebrities will be making news with Tesla Model S and Fisker Karma.
Family market will be driven by Nissan Leaf, GM Volt and upcoming Renault and Ampera in Europe. New fashion will help us to cross the gap from early adopters - who are not driven by the primary cost of ownership concerns - into the mass market stage, when the benefits of the electric Cars will be apparent. Technological advance will ensure that celebrities are up to something here again like with iPods few years ago.
"Lithium Charge: Development boosts lithium-ion battery power by 8-fold With markets volatility on the steroids and mode swings from total depression to the short covering, we continue to advocate our pro life choice and inevitable Energy Transition to the electrification of our transportation. With the insolvent financial system we have, basically, only two choices: try deflation with a strong dollar and run on the insolvent banks and countries or the monetary magic of the FED and ECB with all other alphabet soup in between.
We do not know what to do in the case of depression, deflation and coming stone age after riots and our Lithium darlings are already priced for the coming Ice (Internal Combustion Engine) Age to continue."
By Eric Loveday
The hit CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men has a brand new plugged-in star: the Fisker Karma. Last night, Fisker's $95,900-plus plug-in sedan made its debut on the show, with Walden Schmidt - the internet mogul played by A-list celeb Ashton Kutcher, real-life husband of Demi Moore - behind the wheel. Apparently, the Karma will have a reoccurring role on the CBS hit.
Fisker spokesman Roger Ormisher went on record saying that no money exchanged hands between Fisker and CBS. Ormisher claims producers of the show displayed a fondness for the Karma and worked with Fisker's vice-president of sales and marketing, Marti Eulberg, on the vehicle's appearance. And since Fisker didn't dish out even a single coin for the Karma's appearance, Ormisher is correct in saying, "Obviously, it represents great value for money for Fisker!" That's for sure.
To see the Karma's CBS debut, you could click here to watch the full episode of Two and a Half Men. We will suggest, though, that you just skip forward to the nine-minute mark.