Among the things we're going to miss out on if/when Fisker Automotive goes bust is the legitimate description of "Coronado" as a color. That apparently orange-ish hue is one of four interior colors Fisker was planning on for its 2014 model-year Karma extended-range vehicle, according to Fisker Buzz.

The three other colors planned for the two-toned interiors were "East Bluff" (which appears somewhat gold-ish); and "Ocean Side" and "Palisades." No, we don't know what colors those last two names imply, either.

Regardless, such interior colors aren't likely to see the light of day, with Fisker recently laying off its employees and bringing in a bankruptcy specialist. Last week, research firm PrivCo estimated that, when all is said and done, Fisker will have spent about $660,000 for every one of the fewer than 2,500 vehicles it produced.


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