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Fisker Atlantic

Fisker CEO: We are looking for strategic partners, building foundation in China and Middle East

Fisker’s CEO Tony Posawatz says that the plug-in hybrid automaker has a lot of work to do and is currently seeking discussions with strategic partners. Posawatz said that he is also looking into starting a leasing program. Fisker is looking into improving its relationship with its dealers as well, which consists of 48 stores in […]

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Fisker Karma

Fisker responds to Consumer Reports Karma review

Fisker Automotive has finally released a statement regarding Consumer Reports latest review on the company’s Karma plug-in hybrid sedan where it received a failing grade. Check out more news on the Fisker Karma. “The Karma ranks as our lowest-rated luxury sedan,” Consumer Reports said in an article. “Of all sedans, only three have lower overall scores: Chrysler 200, […]

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Fisker Karma

Fisker raises more than $100 million from private investors

Fisker Automotive said that it has raised more than $100 million from private investors as the automaker tries to overcome issues with the Karma plug-in hybrid sedan and moves to start production of its Atlantic sedan. Check out more news on the Fisker Karma. Fisker said that the recent funding round has increased the total to […]

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Fisker Karma

Consumer Reports gives Fisker Karma a failing grade

The Fisker Karma plug-in hybrid seems to be plagued with negative headlines. Yesterday, Consumer Reports released an article title Fisker Karma earns a failing grade from Consumer Reports. Check out more news on the Fisker Karma. “The Karma ranks as our lowest-rated luxury sedan,” Consumer Reports said in an article. “Of all sedans, only three have […]

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Fisker Karma gets first aftermarket body kit by CEC

The Karma gets its very first body kit created by Fisker and American tuning house CEC. While the kit was initially going to be made available at dealerships, this has been pushed back with no release date pending, but one owner managed to get the automaker to sell it to him. Check out more news […]

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Fisker Karma

FAQ document answers a lot of questions related to Fisker Karma issues

A recent FAQ document floating around the Internet has raised a lot of question about Fisker Automotive’s Karma plug-in hybrid sedan. While some news outlets are calling the document ‘leaked,’ the Q&A sheet is actually an ongoing customer service operation, Roger Ormisher, Fisker’s head of PR, told AutoblogGreen. Check out more news on the Fisker Karma. […]

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Fisker Sunset

Report: Fisker delaying Sunset and Surf, will build it sooner if you have the money

Fisker Automotive may be facing some troubles with recalling its Karma following two customer models that went up in flames – however, the company seems to have most of its cards in place. According to Fisker’s senior director of global corporate communications, Roger Ormisher, the company is currently focused on getting the new Atlantic out […]

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Tesla Model S

Report: Tesla’s Elon Musk calls Fisker Karma a ‘mediocre product at a high price’

In a recent interview with Automobile Magazine, Tesla CEO Elon Musk slammed his counterpart at Fisker Automotive and his Karma plug-in hybrid sedan. Check out more news on the Fisker Karma. “It’s a mediocre product at a high price,” Musk said in an interview. “The car looks very big, and yet it has no trunk […]

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Fisker Karma

Report: Fisker recalling 2,400 units of the Karma

Fisker Automotive has announced that it plans on recalling all of its Karma plug-in hybrid sedan to fix a flaw in the cooling fan. The issue has been linked to the California fire and possible the Texas fire that took place last weekend. Check out more news on the Fisker Karma. Fisker said in a statement […]

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Fisker Atlantic

Report: Fisker wants to raise more cash before producing Atlantic sedan

Fisker Automotive, which just appointed Tony Posawatz, the former head of the Volt program at GM, as company’s new CEO, is hoping to raise $150 million in additional funds to remain stable until it launches its second production model. Fisker, which has already raised more than $1 billion private financing from venture backers and others since […]

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