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Fisker to Build Technical Center in South Michigan

Fisker Automotive has just announced today that they will be building a new technical center, somewhere in the Midwest, with south Michigan being the most likely area for its construction. The new facility is scheduled to open in the spring of next year, and it will be the place where development of the Atlantic will continue.
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The reason for their building of the technical center in the aforementioned area is being “closer to key component suppliers and low emission technical expertise at the heart of the American automotive industry, and closer to the intended production facility for the Atlantic in Delaware”.

Henrik Fisker stated: “We brought the Fisker Karma to market in record time with the help of our previous Michigan Technical facility, and now is the time to open up a permanent Technical Center to support the final Atlantic development.”

The Atlantic is very important for Fisker, as it will be considerably more affordable than the Karma, and it will end up costing somewhere around the $50,000 mark. It is set to make its market debut some time in 2014 or 2015, and despite numerous setbacks, the company is still optimistic about achieving their goals with the Atlantic.


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