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Viking Concept By Lauge Jensen Motorcycles: Designed By Henrik Fisker

One of renowned Danish custom motorcycle builders Lauge Jensen, has unveiled its all new motorcycle in Monaco. Unveiled at the Top Marques show, the motorcycle was designed by Fisker co-founder Henrik Fisker. Henrik Fisker has previously worked as a design chief at both Aston Martin and BMW, and even contributed to the design of the Fisker Karma. Working together with Henrik Fisker on the deign of the new motorcycle was Anders Kirk Johansen, the owner of Lauge Jensen Motorcycles. As per the brand, the Viking Concept retains the look of a classic cruiser and features a unique rear section where the tank, rear fender and seat blend into each other seamlessly.

As per Fisker, this very seamless effect is unique in custom motorcycles. Powering the Viking Concept is a 45-degree V-twin engine that is first one to be complaint with Euro IV emissions. The V-twin puts out 100 hp of



Fisker Karma 2012 – A Electric Luxury Car

2012-Fisker-Karma-Rear-View The Fisker Karma 2012, has showcased an electric luxury car with extra range and the option to plug in or fill up. Facility on your hand to toggle between the all-electric Stealth Mode or fuel powered Sport Mode on a little change of the paddle, the Karma unleash a high performance while maintaining a Eco-friendliness. Putting aside for a moment Fisker’s recent round of bad-news-turned-worse in the form of missed milestones, DOE loan renegotiations and the layoff of some 60 workers in Delaware, I’m here to see if Fisker is making something the world’s elite aren’t just ready to buy, but want to.

And that question has already been partially answered. Fisker has produced over 1,500 Karmas, although it’s not willing to cite an exact number of deliveries. According to our sources, around 300 are already in customer hands, and the reps we spoke with claimed 51 more keys