First it was Leonardo DiCaprio, and then it was Al Gore. Now we can add Ashton Kutcher to the Fisker Karma’s growing list of celebrity owners.
Kutcher was snapped by x17online as he arrived at a television critic’s forum in a new 2012 Fisker Karma in silver. This comes as no surprise as he has always been an advocate and owner of eco-friendly transportation. However, this isn’t the first time he’s driven a Karma — his character in the TV series “Two and a Half Men” drives a Karma, which has been featured in a previous episode this season.
Leonardo di Caprio, whose list of green cars includes the Toyota Prius hybrid, was the very first customer to take home a Karma. Al Gore and Colin Powell are also among other prominent public figures who have laid down green for the sleek plug-in hybrid.
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