Fisker has announced today that it will be providing a glimpse of its future at the upcoming 2012 New York Auto Show, and just to heat things up has also released this teaser image. No other details have been released though it’s widely expected that the teaser image is for Fisker’s follow-up to the Karma, the highly anticipated Project Nina. Project Nina is only a code name for the new model, which like the Karma will be a range-extended electric sedan. Unlike the Karma, however, Project Nina will be built in the U.S. and will be significantly more affordable, though it still...
Fisker DOE Loans Blocked, Work Stopped On Project Nina Plant
Fisker was forced to stop work on its plant in Delaware and lay off 26 employees after the Department of Energy blocked access to federal loans due to what it claims are several contractual milestones that are yet to be met by the Californian startup. The information was confirmed to Bloomberg...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Fisker’s Project Nina To Enter Production By End Of 2012
Californian startup Fisker Automotive has been taking a lot of flak from the media following the launch of its first model, the 2012 Fisker Karma range-extended luxury sedan, due to the company’s decision to build the car in Finland despite borrowing more than half a billion dollars in...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Fisker Project Nina To Be The Cadillac CTS Of Hybrids?
Fisker's range-extended hybrid Karma and recently unveiled Surf are undoubtedly stylish, attractive machines. But the next generation of Fisker, the Project Nina sedan, could be even more impressive. A report from Auto Express says the Nina will be sized about the same as the BMW 5-Series yet be...Nelson Ireson
BMW To Supply Engines For Fisker’s Project Nina
The luxurious Fisker Karma features a humble GM Ecotec engine for its range-extending duties, and in initial reviews there has been mention of the rough sound of the engine seeping into the cabin at times. For its future models, including the U.S.-built Project Nina, Fisker will be going with BMW...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Fisker Hiring Staff To Build Project Nina At Former GM Plant
The last we heard, Fisker had delayed the U.S. launch of its Karma plug-in hybrid luxury sedan yet again, this time until July, but now the company has come out and announced that it’s already hiring for its next major project. Back in 2009 Fisker acquired the rights to a former GM plant in...Viknesh Vijayenthiran