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Fisker Raises An Additional $150 Million

Fisker Automotive filed a report with the SEC stating that they have raised an additional $150 million USD from a group of private investors. This recent round of investment brings the total amount invested in Fisker to over a billion USD, all before the new company has sold a single electric car. Lanjut →

Fisker Automotive – Project Nina Coming 4th Quarter of 2012

Fisker Automotive has come to an arrangement with mainland Chinese company China Grand Automotive Group to have its vehicles sold, marketed and serviced in China. China Grand Automotive Group has over 200 stores across China selling 40+ brands including Lamborghini and Mercedes, these are exactly the kinds of automakers Fisker wants to be rubbing shoulders with, especially in the worlds largest car market. Lanjut →

First Factory Build Fisker Karma Coming To LA Autoshow

After rolling off the production line in Valmet, Finland the first of the factory build Fisker Karma sedans will make its North American debut next week at the LA Autoshow. The extended range electric vehicle is due to begin mass production in February next year out of the factory in Finland with customer deliveries soon after. Lanjut →

Fisker Acquires Former GM Plant For Project NINA Production

Fisker is set to pick up the keys to a former GM factory in Wilmington, Delaware where the plug-in hybrid electric car maker will begin rolling out its next generation of vehicles, code named “Project NINA” in 2012. Fisker Automotive spent $20 million on the currently empty 3.2 million sqft plant and will need to spend a small fortune re-tooling in the lead up to starting production of the Project NINA cars all of which are currently shrouded in mystery except for one detail, the price – $47,500 USD which will drop to about $39,000 USD after federal tax credits are applied. Lanjut →

Fisker To Ship 100 Hybrid Electric Cars This Year

Fisker Automotive will be shipping between 70 and 100 cars before the end of 2010 as part of a large scale test of their Karma model hybrid electric car according to Ray Lane a managing partner in the U.S. venture capital fund Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, who are large shareholders in the still relatively new car company. The cars will be produced by Valmet Automotive in Finland, Valmet is contracted to build the Karma and will begin mass production in February 2011 by which time Fisker is hoping to be building and selling approximately 15,000 cars per year. Lanjut →

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