Fisker Atlantic

  • Fisker Atlantic Design Prototype  -  2012 New York Auto Show

    It was only yesterday that we reported on the plans of Karma, an automaker owned by Chinese auto parts giant Wanxiang and born out of the remains of bankrupt Fisker Automotive, to sell an updated version of the Fisker Karma through franchised stores as well as its own “brand experience centers.” To be called the Karma Revero, the updated extended-range electric sedan is set to be unveiled on September 8 and if all goes to plan should be in production at Karma’s plant in Moreno Valley, California by the end of the year. Now we have a few more details on Karma’s future...

  • Fisker Atlantic Design Prototype  -  2012 New York Auto Show
    Execs From China’s BAIC Visit Fisker Headquarters, Eye Atlantic Sedan: Report

    Despite it being close to a year since Fisker last made a car, the company is yet to announce bankruptcy and remains confident a new investor or even a potential buyer can be found. One hope for Fisker could come in the form of China’s Beijing Automotive Industry Holding Co. (BAIC), the...

  • Fisker Atlantic concept unveiling before New York Auto Show, April 2012
    Fisker To Open New Midwest Tech Center For Atlantic

    Fisker’s corporate home and design studio isn’t moving from Anaheim, California any time soon, and the automaker still plans to begin Atlantic sedan production at its assembly plant in Delaware. There’s a lot of real estate, and a lot of specialized electric vehicle knowledge...

  • Fisker Atlantic Design Prototype  -  2012 New York Auto Show
    Fisker Atlantic Production Delayed By Two Years: Report

    The last we heard, Fisker had managed to raise an additional $100 million in private equity funding for the development of its second model, the mid-size Atlantic extended-range electric sedan. However, just a few weeks since that positive announcement, official slides from an investor presentation...

  • Fisker Atlantic concept unveiling before New York Auto Show, April 2012
    Fisker Gets $100 Million In New Funding To Build The Atlantic

    After months of seemingly-endless bad news, ranging from funding issues to a series of recalls relating to battery, software and cooling fan issues, Fisker has given its fans and investors something to cheer about. Earlier this week, Fisker announced that it had successfully arranged new equity...

  • Fisker Atlantic Design Prototype  -  2012 New York Auto Show
    Fisker Lays Off More Staff, Delaware Plant Left Empty: Report

    Fisker has reportedly laid off 12 more staff at its plant in Delaware that was being prepared for production of the Atlantic range-extended electric sedan unveiled as a prototype at the 2012 New York Auto Show earlier this month. This is the second time that Fisker has laid off workers at the...

  • Fisker Atlantic concept unveiling before New York Auto Show, April 2012

    Will the Fisker Atlantic bring a fledgling green-luxury carmaker to profitability? Will it be built? Some analysts and industry experts are still skeptical, but if you ask Fisker Automotive CEO Tom LaSorda, its chief commercial officer Richard Beattie, or its founder Henrik Fisker, the answer will likely be that the Atlantic is an essential higher-volume product to form a successful company. Last night, FIsker pulled the wraps off the early design prototype (or concept, we'd call it) version of this car (formerly called Project Nina) that's still two or three years away. Details were thin...

  • Fisker Atlantic Design Prototype  -  2012 New York Auto Show
    Fisker Atlantic debuts at 2012 New York auto show

    Fisker’s follow-up to the Karma, the highly-anticipated Project Nina, has now made its official world debut at the 2012 New York Auto Show as the Fisker Atlantic. The car on display in New York is labeled a “design prototype” but as the Karma has proven, Fisker isn’t afraid...

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