Do you believe in second chances? Chinese automotive group Wanxiang certainly does. Continue Reading...
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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. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
Beleaguered American electric automaker Fisker still hasn’t found a suitable buyer, though that may have just changed. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
After suffering numerous delays in getting its first car to market, Fisker Automotive has announced it will push back its launch date for the second model in its expanding lineup by as much as two years. Continue Reading...
The Fisker Atlantic debuted at this year’s New York Auto Show, but has been mostly unheard of since. For the last few months, the American automaker has been battling issues with its Karma model, while working hard on securing future funding. Continue Reading...
Investor information on the mostly-mysterious Fisker Atlantic is shedding a little light on what’s actually going on with the controversial company’s second car. Continue Reading...
Grassley and Thune are also emphasizing the angle that taxpayer funds were used for the development of high priced vehicles that are viewed as very small niche products at best. Continue Reading...
The debut of the Fisker Atlantic may have silenced critics for some time, but it appears that the American automaker isn’t doing as well as they want us to believe. The former General Motors plant in Delaware was acquired by Fisker in order to build its vehicles in America, but recently reports came in that… Continue Reading...
Over the past few years Lexus has been referred to as a Japanese Buick, with the number one reason being the ES front-drive luxury sedan – a car that drew direct comparisons with the not-quite-Cadillac GM premium brand. To erase those comparos the new 2013 ES gets a more stylish exterior with a GS-themed front… Continue Reading...
The Fisker Atlantic debuted at the New York Auto Show this week shedding light that the once mythical Project Nina was indeed a reality. And while it was believed that the Atlantic would be produced at its Wilmington, Delaware facility, Fisker’s CEO announced that “the whole plan has changed.” Tom LaSorda, Fisker CEO, said that a… Continue Reading...
Originally code named Project Nina, Fisker Automotive unveiled its newest model on the eve of the 2012 NY Auto Show. Now called the Atlantic, it may be a concept car, but according to company co-founder Henrik Fisker it’s 90 of what the production car will be. Fisker didn’t provide a timeline on when it hopes… Continue Reading...
No folks, this isn’t an April Fools Joke. A pair of images of the Fisker Atlantic fully revealed has leaked and here is the previously called “Project Nina” in its fully glory. The Atlantic is believed to be the first of three models under the Project Nina umbrella, and according to previous reports will be… Continue Reading...
The Fisker Project Nina was teased last week in sketch form, and it now has a name ahead of its official unveiling at the 2012 New York Auto Show. The new electric sedan from the American luxury automaker will be called the Fisker Atlantic according to an inside source. The four-door plug-in hybrid will be… Continue Reading...