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AddDemand for Fisker Karma reported to be "very strong." Um... ok...

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AddFisker begins countdown timer for the unveiling of... something

The Fisker Karma has completed its tour across the U.S. and surprisingly, it made the entire trip without either the buying public nor journalists getting behind the wheel for even a single moment. As The Detroit News reports and we concur, the Karma has been delayed once again and is now scheduled to begin rolling off the assembly line in eight months with the debut slated for mid-2011 (well, maybe). Anyways, we find it odd that nobody outside of the company has had any real seat time in the Ka

11Fisker adds $189 million in latest funding round

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AddFisker adds $189 million in latest funding round

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AddReport: Fisker Karma full production delayed to February 2011

Henrik Fisker gives an update on the Karma – click above for high-res image gallery

AddFisker Karma starts dealer tour in late April, no rides or drive available yet

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AddLA 2009: First Fisker Karmas now expected to hit showrooms in Sept. 2010

Henrik Fisker gives an update on the Karma - click above for high-res image gallery

AddREPORT: Fisker looks to 2011 for profits; color us skeptical

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AddFisker gives Quantum $10.2 million contract for powertrain development

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AddVIDEO: Henrik Fisker talks about the Karma

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AddGreen Car Journal picks 5 nominees for Green Car Vision award

Having honored the VW Jetta TDI as the Green Car of the Year at last month's LA Auto Show, the editors at Green Car Journal are not done with awards just yet. Next up they will be selecting a winner for the Green Car Vision award. The nominees go beyond ordinary concepts and are either current low volume production units, in fleet tests or are in development for production in the near future. The nominees are the Mitsubishi iMiEV (above), the Honda FCX Clarity, Chevy Volt, Fisker Karma and MINI

30Fisker offers up front view of production Karma PHEV

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AddFisker Karma to use GM's 2.0-liter turbo'd four

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28Fisker Karma to use GM's 2.0-liter turbo'd four

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AddFisker and Valmet finalize Finnish production deal

While Tesla Motors has been scrambling just to stay solvent in recent weeks, arch-rival Fisker Automotive seems to be streaming ahead. Fisker just opened a Michigan engineering facility a few days ago and the startup has now finalized its deal to manufacture the Karma in Finland. Valmet Automotive will be responsible for building the bodies and doing final assembly. A new welding line will be installed at the Valmet factory and about 500 people are expected to be employed in the build process. F

AddFisker sets up shop in Detroit

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AddFisker wins abritration case with Tesla

This past April, the troubles between Henrik Fisker (of Fisker Automotive) and Tesla Motors resulted in a lawsuit. Tesla filed the suit against Fisker Automotive accusing Fisker of stealing insider information (he did some work on the design of the Tesla Whitestar/Model S sedan) for his own company. In May, Fisker asked that the suit be sent to arbitration and that happened in June. The arbitration court has now decided the case in Fisker's favor.

AddFisker planning four hybrids by 2012?

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11Spy shots: Fisker Karma makes an appearance in California

Up until now, the Fisker Karma hasn't really been much more than a pretty face to go along with a promise. That changes today, thanks to a spy photographer who was lucky enough to catch the upcoming plug-in hybrid sedan out testing in California. Lawsuits often seem to have a dampening effect on enthusiasm, so it's good to see the Karma out and about. We can clearly see that the body is the same shape as what we all saw at its introduction earlier this year in Detroit. What we don't know yet is

AddSpy Shots: Fisker Karma caught testing in California

Come rain, come shine... come lawsuits, Fisker appears determined not to let anything get in the way of a late 2009 launch for its upcoming Karma electric sedan. Along with the spy shots over on Autocar, the first indication of what on-board powerplant will charge the batteries is mentioned: a Volkswagen 1.4 liter. No mention is made of which 1.4 liter engine is being considered for the Karma, but we'd imagine it'll be a basic engine without forced induction of any sort if we had to wager an ear

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