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Fisker Inc. released design specifications and three teaser photos yesterday on its all-electric EMotion. Lightening the car up and using a patented crash design means it can safely achieve 400-miles of range on a charge and a top speed of 161 mph, the company said of the “clean sheet design from the inside out.” The […]

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Over last weekend Fisker, Inc. founder and namesake Henrik Fisker tweeted a version of the EMotion all-electric sports car will be released this summer. The tweet for the 400-plus mile per charge, 161-mph showpiece says it will be released on Aug 17. and what’s revealed is to be a working prototype, based on previous comments […]

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Henrik Fisker has designed some of the world’s most attractive cars including from Aston Martin, BMW, and his own now-defunct company Fisker Automotive, and recently he was asked about Tesla’s Model 3. Fisker told BGR he thinks Tesla got things right in the design and pricing of the Model 3 which is to start at […]

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Henrik Fisker, the man behind the failed Fisker Karma, still believes in EVs. Fisker is currently working on development of a non-electric supercar, the Force 1, which is expected to retail for around $230,000. Despite his hiatus from working on EVs, Fisker says he still believes that there is a bright future for EVs, but […]

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Henrik Fisker may no longer be part of Fisker Automotive, but that doesn’t mean he’s done building cars. At last weekend’s Concours d’Elegance in Pebble Beach, Calif., Henrik hinted about his future. “I’m looking into starting a new company,” he said, as reported by USA Today. “There’s a whole new group of young people ready […]

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Eyes are on Fisker Automotive as the threat of its bankruptcy looms, financial obligations are not met, and no buyer or bailout is in sight. The company missed its deadline yesterday to pay its first installment on around $193 million in low-interest federal loans, and today several principal executives are scheduled to stand before a […]

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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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Henrik Fisker, the founder and executive chairman of the California-based maker of the only pure series hybrid production car has left the company. Citing “several major disagreements” with members of Fisker Automotive’s leadership team, company representatives said the talented designer who penned its entire existing and said-to-be pending product line has abandoned his aspirations with […]

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