Fisker Automotive secures another $100 million

Fisker Automotive has announced via a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that the company has received $100 million in investments, although the investors responsible for this large chunk of change have not been named.

The latest $100 million worth of funds raised by Fisker Automotive comes shortly after the company received around $190 million through the month of March. The two key goals for start-up automakers like Fisker are the ability to gain the proper funding and putting together a vehicle that will sell in the applicable markets.

Production has already begun on the 2011 Fisker Karma sedan at Valmet Automotive's plant in Uusikaupunki, Finland but as the company moves forward, these new investments will likely help the company to grow. Fisker plans to offer a more cost effective model named the Nina sometime in 2012 and the Californian automaker intends to build their new model in Delaware.


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