Reports indicate Fisker's new Chinese owners aiming for a revival of the range extender electric Karma sports car.
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.
Fisker Automotive, the company behind the Fisker Karma electric vehicle, unveils its newest model, the Atlantic, which is priced and classed as a competitor to the Chevy Volt and possibly the Nissan Leaf.
In Woodside, Calif., the owner of a Fisker Karma hybrid pops into the grocery store. When she emerges again, her car, ma, has gone south and her Karma is in flames.
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.
Investor documents reveal that the 300 horsepower plug-in hybrid coupe will be priced between $50,000 and $60,000 and will go on sale in 2014.
Fisker received its EPA certification for the Karma plug-in hybrid and commenced sales of the near $100K sport sedan.
During the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance weekend, we got a chance to drive the Fisker Karma, a car that looks decidedly forward amongst a sea of historic cars.
Fisker's "Project Nina" plug-in hybrid sedan will use a four-cylinder turbocharged BMW engine and other parts from the German automaker.
Fisker brings its Karma-series hybrid to CES 2012 in Las Vegas, and CNET editor Wayne Cunningham takes it for a spin.