Fisker just announced that the much-delayed Karma finally has a production date – Autoblog is reporting that the luxury plug-in hybrid will roll off its assembly lines by March 21st and deliveries will start around April. The beautiful car has had a pretty bumpy ride so far — it was originally supposed to launch November 2009, which got pushed back to September 2010, and was delayed again to February 2011. This time, however, rumor has it that the company plans to stick to its March promise. So far 3,000 people have ordered the car and the company plans to sell about 15,000 models a year (though not for the first year). If you’re interested, the car costs a hefty $95,900, but from everything we’ve read about its performance, it might be worth the cash.