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The Fisker Atlantic extended-range plug-in vehicle will start production about a year after its previously estimated mid-2013 date, Inside EVs blog reports, citing leaked company documents that were dated "a few weeks ago."

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The Fisker Atlantic extended-range plug-in vehicle will start production about a year after its previously estimated mid-2013 date, Inside EVs blog reports, citing leaked company documents that were dated "a few weeks ago."

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Here it is, folks. This is the car that was under cover in the spy shots we showed you a few days ago, and it's going to be called the Fisker Atlantic when it debuts this week at the New York Auto Show. These two images of the car appeared today on a Czech website, and the rear shot clearly shows a license plate bearing the name "Atlantic."

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Here it is, folks. This is the car that was under cover in the spy shots we showed you a few days ago, and it's going to be called the Fisker Atlantic when it debuts this week at the New York Auto Show. These two images of the car appeared today on a Czech website, and the rear shot clearly shows a license plate bearing the name "Atlantic."

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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.

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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.

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At a media event prior to next week's 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show, Bernhard Koehler, Fisker's chief operating officer, revealed to Motor Trend that the plug-in automaker intends to launch three vehicles based on its relatively secretive Project Nina vehicle by the close of 2014.

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Fisker Karma - Click above for high-res image gallery

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Regardless of what side of the political fence you find yourself on, it's hard to dispute that vice president Joe Biden has a reputation for saying more than he should. That's not always a good thing when you're privy to some of the most important secrets of what is arguably the most powerful nation on earth. Happily for car fans, our veep's "gift" seems to apply to automakers as well.

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Henrik Fisker talks about the future with Fox News - Click above to watch the video after the break

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