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Henrik Fisker's madcap ways continue at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show

The car designer's brain knows no bounds, as evidenced by the ultrapowerful concept that promises one of the highest-output, naturally aspirated engines in existence.

By December 11, 2015


Karma Automotive (nee Fisker) might actually be doing something for a change

It's been well over a year since the company has traded hands, with not a whole lot to show for it.

By April 26, 2016


Automakers to recall another 35 to 40 million Takata airbag inflators

This shit never stops, does it?

By May 4, 2016


Reborn Fisker hopes for better Karma by 2015

Reports indicate Fisker's new Chinese owners aiming for a revival of the range extender electric Karma sports car.

By April 24, 2014


New Fiskers will have V-8s or batteries, Wanxiang says

Chinese auto parts supplier Wanxiang plans to offer repurposed Fisker Karma's with V-8 engines capable of bringing the car to 200 mph.

By February 21, 2014


Fisker ready to pull the plug

A report by Reuters says that Fisker laid off 160 of its employees this morning, which seems to spell the end for the luxury plug-in hybrid manufacturer.

By April 5, 2013


Swamped Fisker Karma electric cars catch fire

Business Insider reports that 16 of Fisker's Karma range-extended electric cars at the Port of Newark were submerged by Hurricane Sandy, and subsequently caught fire.

By October 31, 2012


Can Fisker's Atlantic EV drive it to profits?

After stumbling with the Fisker Karma, Fisker Automotive will need to raise more money and execute flawlessly to bring its luxurious, sporty, and electric sedan to production.

By April 4, 2012


Fisker's Atlantic unveiling (photos)

Fisker unveiled its new electric car on April 3 in Manhattan.

12 Images By April 3, 2012


Leaked images show Fisker's Atlantic plug-in EV

Called Project Nina, Fisker Automotive's Atlantic plug-in electric sedan is set for a formal debut tomorrow at a time of questions over how the company will finance manufacturing of the car.

By April 2, 2012