Go Rentals Adds Fisker Karma to Service

Fisker Karma obtains a 230-mile range with a full tank and a full charge.
Fisker Karma obtains a 230-mile range with a full tank and a full charge.

Go Rentals, an elite car rental services company specializing in the private jet industry based in Newport Beach, Calif., has introduced a Fisker Karma to its fleet of luxury vehicles.

The Karma allows its pilot to choose between an all-electric “Stealth Mode” and the fuel-assisted “Sport Mode.” The vehicle obtains a 230-mile range with a full tank and a full charge.

The vehicle uses reclaimed wood, EcoSuede, soy-based bio-fiber carpeting, specially formulated paint and low-energy lighting.
The vehicle uses reclaimed wood, EcoSuede, soy-based bio-fiber carpeting, specially formulated paint and low-energy lighting.

In addition to the sleek exterior styling, the solar glass roof, 22” Circuit Blade wheels and the ergonomics of the interior, the car features a touch screen command center that controls all functions of the vehicle. The vehicle uses reclaimed wood, EcoSuede, soy-based bio-fiber carpeting, specially formulated paint and low-energy lighting.

“The Fisker Karma performs beautifully, but it definitely takes some getting used to if you haven’t driven one,” says Go Rentals President Kavous Gitibin. “We wanted to add this vehicle to our fleet, specifically because they are a newer company and headquartered locally here in Orange County. We are so pleased to offer it to our clients. It’s just one of our many eco-friendly vehicles and we hope to add more and more all-electric options to our line up.”

Go Rentals has locations in Arizona, California, Colorado and Nevada, and service more than 40 airports and various 5-star hotels. Further information about Go Rentals is available online at www.GoRentals.com.

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