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Fisker’s ex-VP of global design, Alexander Klatt, has joined the College for Creative Studies as MFA Chair of Transportation Design. The College for Creative Studies (CCS) announced the appointment earlier this week. As Vice President of Global Design at Fisker Automotive, Klatt led the development team for the Karma platform, among the world’s first luxury […]

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In addition to having some form of marketing presence for cars it is not at the moment producing, between the lines Fisker Automotive could implicitly be saying more, but what it’s really trying to impart is a mystery. Within the past couple of weeks the Anaheim, Calif.-based company has added pages to its new site […]

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Not surprisingly, it was largely about money. In this case, according to anonymous sources divulging internal communications at Fisker Automotive, things came to a head between Henrik Fisker and CEO Tony Posawatz over whether federal funds should be relied upon. Contrary to other speculation, the founder of his namesake company did not walk out because […]

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Chevrolet’s Volt and Fisker’s Karma couldn’t be any more different yet alike at the same time. The Volt is techy, but otherwise a sensible compact family car. The Karma is a high-line chariot for those wanting something much splashier than a Volt. On any other day they’d have little reason to be compared except for […]

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January 2013 will mark the fifth year since the Fisker Karma concept – an evocative body encasing a relatively eco-sensible plug-in hybrid drivetrain – was unveiled at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Following a 47-month blur of engineering and development by Fisker Automotive, which had been founded September 2007 in Anaheim, Calif., […]

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