Fisker showing off 1st factory-built car, still claiming 100mpg

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    So their sales expectations:

    • 4,000, $90,000 cars - 2011
    • 70-100,000, $40,000 "Nina" cars - 2013
    This does not make a lick of sense looking at current hybrid sales. There sure is a lot of 'green wish' going on. Oh well, it is better than the "green wash" that we used to see.

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    - EVWORLD.COM : Fisker Reveals First Factory-Built Karma Plug-in Hybrid

    Keep in mind that this is just the beginning....

    All of these cars are being produced in Finland, with an annual capacity of only 15,000 initially. To increase production to over 100,000 mass-produced cars per year, Fisker purchased a plant from GM at the end of October 2009 (not yet in service). http://priuschat.com/forums/prius-hybrid-news/71276-out-old-in-new-fisker-buys-shuttered-gm-plant-build-hybrids.html

    "The California-based company, which owns the former GM assembly plant in Wilmington, Delaware, has the ultimate goal of producing more than 100,000 cars per year" - Road&Track Fisker To Unveil First Factory-Built Plug-In Hybrid at Paris - Find More on Green Cars at RoadandTrack.com

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