Reborn Fisker Karma Revero hybrid supercar is set to Begin Production This Month with ads already running in Florida and California!
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Henrik Fisker took to Twitter yesterday to release a teaser photo of his upcoming electric sedan due in 2017. The photo is beautiful. Now the only question is, will the car ever get built?
Karma Automotive will buy high voltage vehicle charging equipment and other electric drivetrain components from BMW. It plans to start selling car in 2016.
Originally published on EV Obsession. A few months ago, I wrote about Fisker Automotive and Technology Group’s search for factory space in California to resuming production of the Elux Karma (aka Fisker Karma). This was somewhat surprising, since it’s not too common for a Chinese company* to manufacture products in California, but stranger things have happened. According to […]
It was always the intention for Fisker Motors to build its cars in America, but despite cranking out more than 2,000 Karma models during its brief run, not a single one of those was built on US soil. Fisker’s new Chinese owners want to change that, reports AutoGuide, eyeing a location in Moreno Valley, California […]
Elon Musk showed conventional automakers the right way to sell electric cars by starting at the top of the market and working its way down. China’s CH-Auto wants to replicate the success of Tesla, and aims to begin down the same path with an all-electric super called the Qiantu K50 Event!, and yes, that name […]
In march of 2013, Fisker Automotive filed documents to declare bankruptcy after the company burned through hundreds of millions of dollars in public and private equity to build its debut car, the Karma. It would take another year for Wanxiang Group to pick up where Henrik Fisker left off, and later this month we’ll get […]
Also published on EV Obsession, Solar Love, & CleanTechnica Chris DeMorro and I recorded our second “Cleantech Talk” podcast earlier today. It is embedded below for your listening pleasure. I’ve begun the process of getting the podcast included on iTunes, but it’s a bit complicated, so I didn’t want to wait for that to be complete […]
Bob Lutz says that his Fisker Karma based VL Destino could end up being the fastest sedan on the market, even the 707 horsepower Charger Hellcat.
Henrik Fisker is hoping to make a triumphant return to the auto industry with the “ultimate” American muscle car, which is probably a 2015 Mustang.
The L.A. Auto Show is less than a month away, and Henrik Fisker is scheduled to return to the automotive world with Galpin Auto Sports at his side.
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.
After three years, the government is ready to restart its green technology loan program, but with a renewed focus on suppliers and weight savings
The soon-to-relaunch Fisker Karma will be basically the same car as the one that sunk Fisker in the first place, albeit with some much-needed upgrades.
The Wanxiang Group now owns the rights to the Fisker Karma, which it plans to relaunch after fixing some 250 “bugs” found in the original design.
Wanxiang is going to fight Tesla using the same tactics as Elon Musk. Mr. Lu will be starting his electric car ambitions in America before coming to China.