During a recent media event ahead of the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show, Fisker Automotive’s chief operating officer Bernhard Koehler said that the company plans on introducing three new vehicles (plug-in hybrids) based on its Project Nina platform by 2014.
The first model will be a mid-sized luxury sedan that will be produced at the company’s Delaware plant at the end of 2012.
Two other Nina models are scheduled to come out in 2013 and 2014. No word on whether they will be sedans, coupes or wagons, but Koehler says that pricing will start around the $50,000 range.
“One car per year for the next few years (is the plan),” Koehler said. “We need to keep dealers and customers happy with fresh product.”
Fisker recently announced that it has signed a deal with BMW to supply them with up to 100,000 4-cylinder, turbocharged, gasoline engines, and other parts, per year through 2013.
At the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show, Fisker will show a new concept called the Surf.
– By: Omar Rana