Staff Writer - CheersandGears.com
October 16, 2012
When we last checked in on the Fisker Atlantic, the mid-size sedan that would take on the 5-Series, A6, CTS, and others, was delayed from next year to sometime in 2014.
A new report from Reuters says Fisker has pushed back production of the Atlantic to late 2014 or 2015, a full two years behind the original production date.
"The Atlantic is really the volume car that begins to build growth. It creates a business model that is one where we can really generate cash in the future," Chief Executive Tony Posawatz said during a conference call with investors and analysts.
The conference call also revealed the Atlantic has a target base price of $55,000 and the underpinnings will be used to spawn several other models, including a new crossover.
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