For Wanxiang, job one at Fisker is fixing roughly 250 bugs with the Karma luxury car before production can resume. After that, the goal is to launch a second model.
An American start up company which specializes in range extended electric vehicles. Fisker is still young and trying to build a name for itself by offering sporty electric vehicles. Models to watch: Karma, Surf, Atlantic
Lu Guanqiu may not be a household name right now but he could become the next Elon Musk. The Chinese billionaire bought failed automaker Fisker at a bankruptcy auction and promises to challenge Tesla with his latest acquisition.
Under its new Chinese owner, Fisker might be back to selling its plug-in hybrid luxury sedans by next year.
Do you believe in second chances? Chinese automotive group Wanxiang certainly does.
Production of the Fisker Karma might finally resume within a year under the company’s new Chinese owners.
Fisker’s new owners are teaming up with Bob Lutz to help make the V8-powered Karma a reality.
China’s Wanxiang Group has emerged as the winning bidder for Fisker’s assets, agreeing to pay $149.2 million for the American electric automaker.
The Fisker Karma-based VL Destino convertible will make its debut at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show.
Wanxiang American Corp. has put in a “stalking horse” bid on Fisker, which is supposed to be sold to Hybrid Tech Holdings LLC for $25 million.
Henrik Fisker and the electric automaker’s former directors are being sued by Atlas Capital Management, an investor group that had purchased Fisker securities.
It’s that time of year again; time for extended families to cram together around an all-too-small table, eat themselves into a food coma, argue over football and be told by countless relatives how they should be living their lives. Yup, it is time to give thanks.
Fisker has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection as part of a restructuring plan and sale to an investor group.
The likely winner of the U.S. Department of Energy loan for Fisker is an investor group led by Hong Kong’s Richard Li.
Beleaguered American electric automaker Fisker still hasn’t found a suitable buyer, though that may have just changed.
Fisker Automotive’s fall from grace has been well documented over the last couple of years, but now a report has surfaced showing just how much money the American electric automaker lost.
Things may be looking grim for Fisker Automotive, but Henrik Fisker isn’t giving up on the brand he founded.
Fisker’s fall from grace is well documented, and it appears that the value of the company is plummeting in the eyes of potential buyers.
While American electric car maker Fisker is still treading through some rough waters, owners of Karma models are now watching their vehicles’ resale value take a huge tumble.
Former Vice Chairman of General Motors, Bob Lutz, has teamed up with Gilbert Villarreal to develop and sell the VL Productions Destino, which is essentially a Fisker Karma without the electric power.
The U.S. Department of Energy recovered $21 million from Fisker Automotive, the floundering company behind the Karma plug-in hybrid luxury car.
Niche luxury automaker Fisker laid off most of its workforce almost two weeks ago, but there could be updates on tap if the brand lasts into the 2014 model year.
Fisker recently announced that it was letting go of about 160 of its employees, and now those workers are firing back with a lawsuit against the company.
It sounds like American startup automaker Fisker is near extinction, as it is being reported that the company has laid off as many as 160 workers.
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