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42Is the Fisker Nina not the Fisker Nina?

We were excited to see the first spy shots of the Fisker Nina yesterday but now we're wondering if this isn't the Nina at all.

56Fisker Nina caught peeking out before New York reveal

Who wants to wait until the official unveiling of the Fisker Nina plug-in hybrid next week when we can see spy shots right this second? Neither do we.

84Fisker Nina caught peeking out before New York reveal

Who wants to wait until the official unveiling of the Fisker Nina plug-in hybrid next week when we can see spy shots right this second? Neither do we.

71Fisker reportedly seeks $100 million in funding by end of the month

Looks like Fisker Automotive's looking for its own range-extender.

23Fisker teases Nina plug-in hybrid, full reveal coming in New York

There's not a whole lot to say about the Fisker Nina teaser image that the company just dropped into our inboxes, it's largely just a way to say the real thing will be unveiled at the New York Auto Show in a few short weeks. In the thick, stylized lines offered here, we see hints of the Karma and not a whole lot more.

AddFisker teases Nina plug-in hybrid, full reveal coming in New York

There's not a whole lot to say about the Fisker Nina teaser image that the company just dropped into our inboxes, it's largely just a way to say the real thing will be unveiled at the New York Auto Show in a few short weeks. In the thick, stylized lines offered here, we see hints of the Karma and not a whole lot more.

117Fisker lays off employees, renegotiates with DOE [UPDATE]

This isn't good. The Associated Press is reporting that Fisker Automotive has stopped production of the Fisker Karma (UPDATE: Not true, says Fisker PR: "We are currently producing 20-25 Karmas a day and will continue to do so.") and laid off 26 Delaware employees and 40 contractors in California. The carmaker is reportedly looking to conserve cash while attempting to renegotiate loans granted by the Department of Energy. (UPDATE: We have gotten a statement from Fisker about the situation, which

123Fisker lays off employees, renegotiating with DOE on loans *UPDATE

This isn't good. The Associated Press is reporting that Fisker Automotive has stopped production of the Fisker Karma (*UPDATE: Not true, says Fisker PR: "We are currently producing 20-25 Karmas a day and will continue to do so.") and laid off 26 Delaware employees and 40 contractors in California. The carmaker is reportedly looking to conserve cash while attempting to renegotiate loans granted by the Department of Energy. *UPDATE: We have gotten a statement from Fisker about the situation, which

17Fisker Nina production pushed back to mid-2013

Delays are to be expected when a start-up automaker is involved, right? That's why it should comes as no surprise that Fisker Automotive will reportedly push back production of Project Nina to mid-2013.

44Fisker Nina to match BMW 5 Series in size; priced to compete with 3 Series

We're aware range-extending duties for Project Nina will be the task of BMW's turbo'd four-cylinder engine but a new potential tie between Fisker Automotive and BMW has come to light.

30Fisker Nina to be powered by turbocharged BMW four-cylinder engine

Henrik Fisker has a history with BMW, and his new company is about to get a future with the German automaker, as well. Fisker Automotive announced today the signing of an exclusive agreement with BMW that calls for the German automaker to supply its remarkable turbocharged four-cylinder engines (pictured) – along with "other components" – to Fisker for "future models."

13Moto Mundo's electric Nissan Qashqai completes 10-month, 18,641-mile trek around the world

Back in January, the Moto Mundo duo – Nina Rasmussen and Hjalte Tin – stopped by the Detroit Auto Show to share their tale of driving from Europe to China and then across the U.S. before heading back to Europe to complete the last leg of their ten-month trek in an electric vehicle. The Danish writers and adventurers took a converted electric Nissan Qashqai on this epic, 18,641-mile journey. On May 7, 2011, Nina and Hjalte returned to Copenhagen, Denmark, to complete their world tour.

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