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  • Fisker Ocean SUV
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    Magna to build Fisker Ocean electric vehicle in Europe

    2020-10-19T11:51:00Z

    Magna International is going to build Fisker’s forthcoming Ocean SUV under contract at its manufacturing facility in Graz, Austria. Production of the electric vehicle (EV) will begin in the fourth quarter of 2022.

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    Meeting increasing demand for EVs in Europe depends on better battery supply

    2020-09-07T12:39:00Z

    Carmakers are investing colossal sums of money into low and zero-emission powertrain technologies. Even before the coronavirus crisis infected the finances of most manufacturers the survival of many of them hinged upon a return on investment and a successful transition to electrification over the coming years. 

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    Battery consortiums and regional supply lie ahead for EV production

    2020-05-08T12:45:00Z

    Fisker is working on the release of the fully electric Fisker Ocean SUV for release in 2022. The development of battery supply chain since the company was founded, including the emergence of consortiums for battery purchasing, has put the company is a strong competitive position to challenge the bigger players. Volume forecasts have been too unreliable for lithium-ion battery supply chains to develop outside China and Korea so far, and cumulative sales will have to pass 10m before they do so, something Henrik Fisker believes will happen between 2022 and 2023

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    ​Fisker sale to Wanxiang Corporation confirmed

    2014-02-21T11:31:36Z

    After almost two years of bidding, Fisker Automotive has formally announced its acquisition by the Wanxiang American Coporation. The automotive parts manufacturer emerged as the highest bidder, investing $149.2m to secure the group, which declared bankruptcy in November of last year. The final decision was announced earlier this week, as ...

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    ​Wanxiang Group makes surprise bid for bankrupt Fisker

    2014-01-06T14:33:27Z

    China’s largest automotive parts company, the Wanxiang Group Corporation, made an unexpected last-minute bid for bankrupt carmaker Fisker Automotive at the beginning of January. The company said its initial bid would be worth $24.7m adding that it had agreed to shoulder some of Fisker’s liabilities. Hangzhou-based Wanxiang said that if ...

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    Global round up

    2012-11-14T00:00:00Z

    Carmakers count the cost of Hurricane SandyAs ports along the US East Coast continue to count the cost of the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy two weeks ago the port of New York and New Jersey has reported that around 16,000 passenger cars were damaged.Quoting the New York Shipping the ...