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Henrik Fisker Considers A New Company


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Henrik Fisker is unlike any other automotive designer and that’s what makes him unique and appreciated.

Galpin-Fisker Rocket Speedster Arrives Topless At Pebble Beach


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The “ultimate American muscle car” is back in convertible form.

Fisker Set To Begin Production; Leases Manufacturing Location In Southern California


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Fisker has officially signed the lease deal for the 555,670 square-foot plant in Moreno Valley, California. Production is expected to commence in mid-2016 and it will apparently be the first manufacturing operation of any significance in the area.

Fisker Looking To Restart Karma Production In The U.S.A.


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A new and improved Fisker Karma is set to be manufactured in a facility located in Southern California.

Aston Martin Drops Lawsuit Against Fisker After He Agrees To Can Thunderbolt Project


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Aston Martin has nixed its lawsuit against designer Henrik Fisker claiming copyright breach over the Vanquish-based Thunderbolt prototype after "all parties amicably resolved their differences".

Wanwiang Kicks Life Back Into Fisker, Teases Updated Model


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Fisker has just announced that it will be revealing what is either a new model or a revised version of the Karma later this month. In the teaser, hosted on its own mini-site, the new car is shown from a top-down perspective, not revealing too much of what it actually looks like.

Aston Martin Sues Henrik Fisker Over Thunderbolt Study, Calls it "Unauthorized Copy"


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Isn’t it ironic that the same man responsible for Aston Martin’s current design language gets sued by Aston Martin for using one of its models as basis for a coachbuilt model?

Henrik Fisker's Thunderbolt Spin On Aston Martin Vanquish V12


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Henrik Fisker's own automotive company may have gone under, but his love for design persists and after the Galpin 2015 Mustang, he's back to what he knows best with the Thunderbolt study.

Galpin Auto Sports Unveils First Production Rocket Based On New Mustang


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The folks over at Galpin Auto Sports call this the "Ultimate American Muscle Car" and judging by both specs as well as looks, holy cow, they might be right!

Fisker To Be Rebranded As Elux Under Its New Apple-Fighting Chinese Boss


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China's Wanxiang Group is going to reintroduce Fisker into the world under the name Elux by mid-2016, according to a report on Reuters.

Valmet Dismantles Fisker Karma Production Lines – Is This the End?


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Maybe Henrik Fisker was tempting fate when he decided to name his extended-range hybrid the Karma. On the other hand, maybe he should have made sure there was sufficient cash flow instead of relying, among other things, on a DoE loan that was rescinded.

ZR-1 V8 Destino to Cost Around $200,000, Deliveries Start Before Year’s End


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Bob Lutz is a car guy through and through, having served as a top exec in automakers like BMW, Ford, Chrysler and, more recently, General Motors. Even he, though, acknowledges that the new generation has no interest in driving and that soon cars will be self-driving transportation appliances.

Galpin Fisker Rocket Will Cost Just Over $100,000


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We had our man Zac visit Galpin Fisker's LA Auto Show stand and take a few shots of their new Rocket, a 725hp supercharged 2015 Mustang with a carbon-fiber body designed by Henrik Fisker.

New Galpin Fisker Rocket is a Wild 725HP Coachbuilt 2015 Mustang


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The "ultimate American muscle car" we were promised by designer Henrik Fisker and Ford tuner Galpin Auto Sports, the Galpin Fisker Rocket, made its world debut at the LA Auto Show today.

Henrik Fisker and Galpin to Debut New Rocket Muscle Car in LA


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Next week's Los Angeles Auto Show will mark the return of Henrik Fisker to the automotive scene with a new sports car developed in cooperation with Galpin Auto Sports (GAS).

The New Fisker Karma Could Be Just Like the Old Fisker Karma


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Time marches on unless it's the 2012 Fisker Karma we're talking about.

Plan to Restart Fisker Production Detailed after New Chinese Owners’ US Visit


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Wanxiang is the Chinese auto parts giant that acquired troubled automaker Fisker, and is now looking to improve and re-release the company’s sole model, the Karma.

Chinese Owners of Fisker Say Second Model Could Come in 2017


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It seems that the new Chinese owners of Fisker, parts giant Wanxiang, have discovered some 250 “bugs” that need tending to before the Karma is worthy for production yet again. It could have been some of these problems that caused the fires and general niggles that were reported on the first cars to come out.

New Fisker Owner Ready to Spend Whatever it Takes to Beat Tesla


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Lu Guanqiu, the chairman and founder of China’s Wanxiang Group which owns Fisker, is planning to build electric cars in the U.S. and challenge Tesla Motors right in its home market.

Fisker Karma to Reenter Production in Mid-2015; May not be Called Fisker Any More...


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We initially reported that production of the Fisker Karma would be restarted “by the end of 2014,” but now it seems that it’s been pushed back again, closer to mid-2015, according to a new report.