The new charging standard isn't inductive, isn't a cable, and you don't have to get out of your car to plug in.
The wait and the uncertainty are over.
Henrik Fisker's start-up will unveil a prototype version of the EMotion in August and says its carbon and aluminum body will cut vehicle weight by 20 percent.
Karma Automotive's next vehicle won't be the Atlantic, a coupe or a convertible, but it will be muscular
For now, though, the focus is on building the Revero.
Perhaps some day some of them will end up in the US.
This is what you'll see when the Fisker EMotion passes you. The Tesla Model X gets good grip in the snow, even on three wheels. Faraday Future teases race against Tesla, Bentley, and Ferrari.
Mueller says a VW battery factory "makes sense." US voters want transportation initiatives. The DOE must turn over secret documents to lawyers in a case against Fisker.
Fisker's new company touts electric vehicle with a 400-mile single-charge range.
The butterfly doors were gorgeous, but the front could use some work.
As far as doors go, these are works of art.
Check back in 12 months or so for more details.
Fisker is dead, long live the (Fisker) Karma.
He may have just designed a V10 sports car, but he still wants an electric vehicle.
Tesla updates Model X door safety. Karma's Irvine HQ will also have a store. San Francisco wants users to help design subway expansion. Toyota sure loves Yellowstone.
We're really curious about just how much energy that roof will provide.