Fisker Automotive Closes $529 Million Loan From U.S. Energy Dept.


Fisker Automotive has closed a $529 million loan from the U.S. Energy Department for building electric vehicles. Fisker will be building plug-in hybrid vehicles in a Wilmington, Delaware plant that was recently closed by General Motors. Development of the Karma sports sedan will create about 2,000 new jobs. Fisker expects to hit full production by about 2015. [Reuters]

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Fisker Automotive Closes $529 Million Loan From U.S. Energy Dept. Comments

  1. Civic Air Intake says:

    This is a great one. Hope Fisker is going to produce more cars this year.

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