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Fisker tries againJuly 24, 2017
Viper's end won't stall VLF supercarJuly 17, 2017
Fisker boasts 400-mile range for his new EVJune 19, 2017
First Shift: September winners, losersOct. 4, 2016
Henrik Fisker relaunches namesake car companyOct. 4, 2016
Henrik Fisker, a former top designer at BMW and Aston Martin, is relaunching his namesake company and will present an electric vehicle next year. He called it a "spiritual successor" to the Fisker Karma electric car.
Karma adds DC fast charging, solar-roof panel, revised interior to ReveroSept. 8, 2016
First Shift: Update could have saved driver, Musk saysSept. 12, 2016
BMW still has love for Fisker's designMarch 21, 2016
After graduating from the Art Center College of Design subsidiary in Vevey, Switzerland, in 1989, Danish designer Henrik Fisker moved to BMW to build his dream car: the Z07 concept, inspired by the legendary 507. Now, Fisker's BMW has received the ultimate accolade.
Car wars: Fisker's Force 1 awakens Aston's legal troopersJan. 11, 2016
Aston Martin has sent designer/car-builder Henrik Fisker a letter demanding that he not unveil his Force 1 concept car at the Detroit auto show this week, or else change the design to “avoid conflict with Aston Martin's rights.” Fisker responded with a $100 million lawsuit.
Fisker sues Aston Martin over The Force 1 releaseJan. 4, 2016
Designer Henrik Fisker filed a $100 million civil extortion lawsuit against Aston Martin, claiming his former employer wants to prevent him from unveiling a new supercar at next week's Detroit auto show.