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FISKER Brand History

Fisker car was named for Henrik Fisker - a man who established his company in 2007. Henrik Fisker became popular as a head designer for Aston Martin, and then in 2005 he left the Ford Company and founded his own coach-building firm. The BMW 6-Series Coupe and Mercedes Benz SL 55 AMG were first cars, which redesigned.

When the Quantum Technologies Company developed an electric vehicle system for military necessities, they were going to put it into the civilian service. In September 2007 Fisker designed a car which known as Karma without powertrain. It was the birthday of Fisker Automotive.

The four-door sedan Karma concept was presented at the Detroit Auto Show in January 2008, just after four months of the company establishment.

There was the automobile crisis in the U.S.A in 2008 and the Big Three needed of the government support. Fisker took the opportunity of organized one more office in Detroit.

Primordially the company expected to sell Karma in 2009 as a model of 2010 but the company’s environmental certifications was delayed several times and the car came on the market in early October 2011.

There will be a convertible Karma S with a hardtop, the Surf shooting brake for Fisker Company in the future. We would like to inform that cars will be based on the smaller and more affordable NINA platform which using in the Atlantic sedan, a coupe or crossover.

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