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The next vehicle from VLF Automtive will be the F1 Roadster. Continue Reading...
Fisker could be paying a firm to leave positive comments around the internet. Continue Reading...
Henrik Fisker has released a teaser image of his first new car. Continue Reading...
Henrik Fisker is making another attempt at producing electric vehicles. Continue Reading...
The VLF Force 1 debuted at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show today, despite Aston Martin’s attempt at blocking the unveil. Continue Reading...
Former General Motors vice chairman Bob Lutz and Henrik Fisker have announced a new, US-based luxury sports car company… again. Continue Reading...
The New Year is upon us and that means the 2016 Detroit Auto Show is right around the corner. Continue Reading...
Henrik Fisker has filed a lawsuit against Aston Martin, alleging “civil extortion.” Continue Reading...
Fisker Automotive may not have succeeded, but Henrik Fisker isn’t struggling to find work. Continue Reading...
Henrik Fisker’s next creation will debut at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show. Continue Reading...
Henrik Fisker is returning to the big stage at this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show. Continue Reading...
Henrik Fisker and the electric automaker’s former directors are being sued by Atlas Capital Management, an investor group that had purchased Fisker securities. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
Things may be looking grim for Fisker Automotive, but Henrik Fisker isn’t giving up on the brand he founded. Continue Reading...
Henrik Fisker, founder and Executive Chairman of Fisker Automotive, has resigned his position at the struggling automaker the bears his name. Continue Reading...
It’s no secret Fisker Automotive is in trouble. The maker of premium electric cars is clinging to life by its fingernails. One more setback could send them plummeting into the fiery abyss of financial ruin. Still, even if they roll snake eyes the firm’s founder has more than a few thoughts on what future transportation… Continue Reading...
After a rough year full of being in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons, Fisker is looking forward to 2013 and is hoping to turn the corner with a strategic partner. Continue Reading...
Tesla and Fisker are essentially polar opposites right now, despite both specializing in developing luxury electric vehicles for the automotive industry. Tesla CEO Elon Musk has never shied away from speaking his mind, and the bold CEO has been highly successful in developing his businesses. 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...
Fisker Automotive announced today that former Chrysler head Tom LaSorda will replace the company’s namesake, Henrik Fisker, as the new CEO. Fisker first called LaSorda to join the team as an observer and to assess the company as a whole. After two months of evaluation,He asked LaSorda to become CEO. Fisker meanwhile announced his intent to “build… Continue Reading...
Citing complex certification processes, Fisker Automotive has cut its sales target for the plug-in hybrid electric Karma once again. Initially set at 15,000 units for 2012, in November the American start-up automaker headed by renowned automotive designer Henrik Fisker shopped the forecast to 12,000 units in November. Now Fisker has reduced that goal once again,… Continue Reading...
Just as the Karma begins to enter showrooms, Fisker is raring to get a move on its Project Nina. However, despite the optimism, it hasn’t been smooth sailing for Fisker. Although it was initially intended for the $50,000 Nina hybrid to be completed by 2012, circumstances require the product’s launch to be pushed back a… Continue Reading...
Fisker Automotive has finally been given EPA certification and as a result can start officially selling cars. The U.S.-based builder of luxurious yet green vehicles has received a 52 MPGe (miles per gallon equivalent) rating for its Karma sedan. With a 32 mile electric-only range, the Karma’s gasoline only rating is a less impressive 20-mpg…. Continue Reading...