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Fisker Tramonto

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Here's something you don't see everyday; a new car company called Fisker Coachbuild based out of Newport Beach, California will build the Tramonto, a $250,000 supercar. The company is owned by Henrik Fisker, former Aston Martin design chief, and the 710-hp car will be limited to about 150 units. This thing is increadibly cool looking.

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The styling on this thing makes the Aston MArtin relationship way too obvious. For $250,000 it's a nice car but nothing extraordinary.
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why do i think i have herd of this company somewhere before? they arent brand new are they?

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Fiskars is a brand of scissors and tools. Fisker is the car company. Edited by Innotech
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Sweedish Scissors:

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Fiskars is a brand of scissors and tools.  Fisker is the car company.

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im aware of that, i wasnt thinking scissors, im thinking along the lines of cars
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Clean, cool but irrelevant.
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I don't understand why anyone would spend $250k on an Aston Martin wannabe. You could go buy an Aston Martin or Ferrari for the same price and people would actually know what you bought. If you said "I got a Frisker" they wouldn't have any idea what it was and probably wouldn't care much.
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