The Chinese company Wanxiang Corporation, which saved Fisker through a purchase worth around $147 million has expressed its plans to resurrect the company by mid-2015.
The plan is to restart production of the Karma by mid-2015, which will be followed by a Karma-based Wagon called the Surf in 2016 and then the Atlantic sedan in 2017. The company already has a new website up and running.
The first would be setting up a new headquarters. It will then have to find a new CEO, which could happen in a couple of months time and last, but not the least, it is looking to recruit an engineering staff of 200.Fisker Karma, the only car which the company ever built, was a hybrid electric sedan powered by a turbo-petrol 2.0-litre engine coupled to two electric motors, with a combined power output of 397 bhp and 1300 Nm of torque. The Karma had range of 80 km in pure electric mode and could reach a top speed of 200 km/h.