Fisker Nina Teased Ahead of New York Reveal

Fisker Nina Teased Ahead of New York Reveal
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Fisker has had a tumultuous year so far, especially when news broke that their Nina project was put on hold due to a lack of funds. But the American electric automaker is pushing to prove all its skeptics wrong, announcing a press conference ahead of the New York Auto Show intended to give a look… Continue Reading...

Fisker Automotive Lays Off Workers, Renegotiating Government Loan

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Fisker Automotive Lays Off Workers, Renegotiating Government Loan
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Fisker Automotive, an electric car manufacturer based out of Southern California announced that it had laid off employees and contractors at both their headquarters and assembly facility in Wilmington, Delaware as they attempt to renegotiate terms from their $529-million loan from the US Department of Energy. Fisker spokesman, Roger Ormisher, recently told the Associated Press… Continue Reading...

Fisker Nina Delayed, Production Pushed To Mid-2013

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Fisker Nina Delayed, Production Pushed To Mid-2013
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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...

Report: Fisker Secures $500M Loan From U.S Government to Build Affordable Plug-In Hybrids

Report: Fisker Secures $500M Loan From U.S Government to Build Affordable Plug-In Hybrids
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Fisker Automotive, the company that beat both General Motors and Toyota to market with a plug-in hybrid, has been awarded a $527 million loan from the U.S. Department of Energy to develop affordable plug-in hybrids. The majority of the loan will go towards building a new generation of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) that will… Continue Reading...