The timeline for the subsequent models is still vague, but Vic Doolan, a Fisker board member and the company's director of retail development, said the new models would be available by 2012, reports AutoWeek. The company's goal for the Karma and its compatriots is to secure 3.3% of the luxury vehicle market outright. That figure doesn't include high-end SUVs in its tally, but with their current sales trends, that's a reasonable exclusion.
The Karma itself is on pace to make its release date, with an intial list price of around $87,000 and production volume of about 7,500 cars in its first full year, 2010. The company hopes to double those figures by 2011, and will consider offering a vehicle in the $60,000 range to further help boost volume sales. The Karma will be built in Finland, but plans for an eventual U.S. production base are being laid.