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  • Fisker - EVs, Electric Cars & Autonomous Electric Shuttles


    We're revolutionizing the mobility industry by developing the most emotionally desirable and exciting electric vehicles complemented with the longest range and shortest charging times.

  • Fisker Automotive - Wikipedia


    Fisker Automotive. It debuted at the 2008 North American International Auto Show, and first deliveries were in 2011. Production of the Fisker Karma was suspended in November 2012 due to bankruptcy of its battery supplier A123 Systems, with about 2,450 Karmas built since 2011 and over 2000 cars sold worldwide.

  • The Official Fisker Website | About Fisker Inc.


    2. Is Fisker still in business? Fisker Inc. is currently in business and is the brand continuation of Fisker Automotive. 3. Is Fisker a public company? Fisker Inc. is a private held company. 4. Does the Fisker Karma use gas? The Fisker Karma was the worlds first premium electric vehicle with a range extender (plug-in hybrid electric vehicle).

  • Fisker Karma - Wikipedia


    The Fisker Karma is a premium plug-in range-extended electric luxury sports sedan produced by Fisker Automotive in 2012. The cars were manufactured at Valmet Automotive in Finland. The United States Environmental Protection Agency rated the Karma's combined city/highway fuel economy at 52 mpg‑US equivalent in all-electric mode, and at 20 mpg‑US in gasoline-only mode. EPA's official all-electric range is 32 mi. Due to the very small cabin interior volume, the EPA rated the Fisker Karma as ...

  • Fisker Cars: Models, Prices, Reviews, News, Specifications ...


    The Fisker EMotion Is A Four-Door Lamborghini with Butterfly Doors. With Fisker Automotive bankrupt since 2013 and the Fisker Karma revived by a Chinese company under a different name, Henrik founded Fisker Inc. in 2016 and set out to develop an all-electric sports car. Less than two years have passed since then,...

  • fisker patents car battery with 500 mile range that can be ...


    when fisker relaunched as an electric car company, it announced that its first vehicle would be powered by a graphene-based hybrid supercapacitor technology, and then later announced those plans had been shelved for the use of more traditional li-ion batteries. now the manufacturer announces a ‘breakthrough’ in solid-state batteries...

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