It's fast, it's expensive, and it's amazing to drive, but it's a new Ferrari so it's overplayed.
This has been your indie kid take on the Ferrari F12.
While we're talking indie and fast cars that like to set themselves on fire, today we learned the highly ironic part of the Fisker fire story from when they all burned in Sandy. The cars were on their way to be fixed to prevent them from catching on fire. This led our readers to grasp at some wonderfully low-hanging fruit, taken from the indie catalog.
So it's Ironic because they were trying to get them destroyed by the hurricane but instead they got destroyed by fire?
No no no. It's like rain on your car's delivery day.
It's that good shortcut that you just didn't take.
Obviously Fisker is looking for a free ride, but they already paid. It's been reported that the Port of Newark recommended that the cars be moved before the storm. Even though it was free advice, Fisker just didn't take it. Who would have thought?
Well fire has a funny way of sneaking up on your car
When you think everything's okay and everything's going right
And Sandy has a funny way of helping you out when
You think everything's gone wrong and everything blows up
In your face
Who would have thought? Collect insurance pay out.
It's like hurricaaaaaannnne, on your shipping day.
A hot fiiiiiiirrrrrrrrre, has insurance been paid?
Agent isn't riiiiiiiiiggggt, so we'll just litigate
Who'll re-im-burse our, eight figures?
Sir Ramblin Rover
A driver was tired of going to the pump to pay
He ordered a Karma, and it fried the next day.
It's a safe green car burned like a flambe.
It's a fast-driving car, scheduled too late.
And isn't it ironic, don't you think?
Photo Credit: Nicolas Serre