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Fisker based VL Destino to carry on without Fisker, with 556 horsepower

Even though it looks like Fisker Automotive is all but out of business due to crippling financial issues, the Bob Lutz backed VL Destino that is based on the Fisker Karma extended range electric vehicle will carry on – with hundreds of inquiries from current Karma owners who are more interested in supercharged V8 power than they are emission free driving.
The Fisker Karma

Fisker faces bankruptcy as workers file suit over layoffs

Fisker Automotive could files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection this week as the company faces a massive government loan payment later this month – with the whole situation being complicated by a lawsuit filed by one of the employees who was laid off last Friday that, if successful, could lead to more suits of a similar nature.
Henrik Fisker speaks about the Fisker Karma

Henrik Fisker resigns - possibly signaling the beginning of the end for Fisker Automotive

While details are currently limited, Fisker Automotive announced this morning that company co-founder, lead designer and company namesake Henrik Fisker has resigned as the executive chairman of Fisker Automotive – with his immediate departure from the company that bears his name leaving us wondering if the end is near for the innovative luxury EV builder.
The VL Destino

The VL Destino packs 2013 Corvette ZR1 or 2014 Stingray power in Fisker Karma skin

Among the more unique vehicles to debut at this week’s 2013 Detroit Auto Show is the VL Destino – a high performance luxury sedan that features the exterior shape of the electric Fisker Karma with a drivetrain borrowed from either the 2013 Corvette ZR1 or the new 2014 Corvette Stingray.

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