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Porsche Macan Pricing, Next-Gen Mitsubishi Evo, Fisker Bankruptcy: Today’s Car News

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Porsche has revealed via an online configurator that its new 2015 Macan crossover in S trim will be priced from $51,095, including destination. That means the eventual base Macan will almost certainly undercut the starting price of Porsche’s present least expensive model, the $49,500 Boxster.

We have grim news Mitsubishi fans. Based on comments made by the automaker’s senior execs at the recent Tokyo Motor Show, it sounds like Mitsubishi is delaying a next-generation Evo in order to pool resources into more mainstream models and electrified cars.

More than a year after ceasing production, Fisker has finally entered bankruptcy. At the same time, the startup’s remaining assets have been sold to a company called Hybrid Technologies, which is reportedly linked with Hong Kong-based billionaire Richard Li. In all, the government has lost approximately $139 million in its dealings with Fisker.

You'll find all of this and more in today's car news headlines from around the High Gear Media network, right here at Motor Authority.

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