Though it was once one of the most sought-after cars in the world and commanded a six-figure MSRP, the want and value of the Fisker Karma plummeted.
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Representatives of the Wanxiang Group have pledged to restart Fisker Karma production within a year, and to complete development of Fisker Atlantic.
Henrik Fisker’s departure from Fisker Automotive seems to indicate that the old ways of running business at the young green car company are over. Citing disagreements with management, Fisker departed amid speculation that the impending sale of the green automaker to the Chinese pushed the founder out of the company bearing his name. But a new interview cities deeper issues with business strategy as forcing Fisker’s departure.
2012 was not a good year for Fisker Automotive, and the beleaguered green automaker may turn to Red China for salvation. After shopping around for some Sino investors, Fisker may have found what its looking for in Chinese automaker Dongfeng. Dongfeng may purchase an 85% stake in Fisker for around $350 million, rumor has it.
Sometimes it feels like we are picking on Fisker, because for the past year it has been one bad, sad news story after another. But it is hard to deny that Fisker faces a grim outlook unless they can get a much-needed injection of cash. This means the U.S. based automaker, which builds and ships cars over from Finland, has gone to China in search of funding…and they may have found it.