In the Shadow of Tesla: A Look at the Fisker Karma
Tesla and Fisker have similar stories. They both introduced luxury sports cars to the market around the same time — Fisker's Karma at the end of 2010 and Tesla's Roadster at the end of 2009. They also both got loans from the U.S. Department of Energy to ramp up production. Tesla racked up a huge $465 million dollar loan and Fisker topped that with $529 million. The big difference is that Tesla has done well in the market while Fisker has not. So, why does Fisker stand in the shadow of Tesla?
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