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In a wide-ranging conversation, Fisker talks about his new company, his new car, technology, and the future of driving electric.

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.

Enough with the teasing already.

It's sleek, but is it a bit too derivative of EVs past and present?

VLF Automotive will build the Hummer H1 copy in Michigan.

It won't sell to US customers, though.

Fisher again takes to Twitter to reveal a little more of his new model.

Fisker's new company touts electric vehicle with a 400-mile single-charge range.

The EV is a mix of Tesla and the dead Fisker Karma.

The butterfly doors were gorgeous, but the front could use some work.

The Fisker Karma's spiritual successor takes shape.

As far as doors go, these are works of art.

'We have the technology that nobody else has.'

Check back in 12 months or so for more details.

The designer also claims to be close to a battery breakthrough.

He may have just designed a V10 sports car, but he still wants an electric vehicle.

The Fisker Karma hybrid may be dead, but the Corvette ZR-1-powered Destino brainchild of Henrik Fisker and Bob Lutz lives.

Good karma, for the sea.

Veteran automobile designer Henrik Fisker has taken to the waves with this superyacht design for Italian shipyard Benetti, revealed at the Singapore Yacht Show.

Forget hybrids. EVs are the future (even though he's making gas-powered supercars now).

Henrik Fisker talks about the future of EVs as he sees it.

Henrik Fisker and company have managed to do the impossible by making the Dodge Viper even more aggressive in the form of the new VLF Force 1 V10, unveiled at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show.

Henrik Fisker has signed on with Bob Lutz and Gilbert Villarreal to relaunch the Karma with Corvette ZR1 power as the VLF Destino at the Detroit Auto Show.

When Aston Martin asks Henrik Fisker not show The Force 1 at the Detroit Auto Show or change its design, Fisker responds with a $100M civil extortion lawsuit.

Henrik Fisker is dipping his toes in the water in partnership with Italian shipyard Benetti to design a new line of superyachts as long as ten Karmas parked end to end.

Two New Cars To Debut At North American International Auto Show

Henrik Fisker will show off two cars at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show, one of them a carbon-fiber bodied, two-seat, $300,000 'super sports car' called The Force 1.

Close Your Eyes And Mash The Throttle

It might not be pretty, but the Fisker-Galpin Rocket Mustang packs 725 supercharged horsepower and improved driving dynamics. We take one for a quick spin in California to see what's what.

Henrik Fisker and Galpin Auto Sports introduce the Rocket Speedster Concept at Pebble Beach, the followup to the Rocket Coupe introduced last year.

In order to resolve a lawsuit from Aston Martin, Fisker has agreed to not produce his one-off take on the Vanquish coupe.

Aston Martin is suing Henrik Fisker in US District Court for allegedly violating its intellectual property. The automaker claims that the design of the Thunderbolt uses too many of the company's own design cues.

Henrik Fisker is making his unofficial return to styling Aston Martins with the Thunderbolt debuting at the 2015 Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance. Crafting a new carbon fiber body for the Vanquish, Fisker opts to refine the coupe's styling rather than overhaul it.

Wanxiang Now Rumored To Have New PHEV In 2016

New rumors says that Wanxiang will get rid of the Fisker name and replace it with Elux and that the Karma PHEV relaunch is being pushed back to 2016.

The latest word from the subcontinent has it that Henrik Fisker is visiting India to lay the groundwork for a new joint venture. But with whom, and to what end?

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