Fisker's new owner is committed – no, obsessed – with bringing the Karma back to life, and the first step isn't outlining a cohesive business strategy or securing a new production facility or releasing details about how it's fixed the original car. Nope. It's a new website. Welcome to TheNewFisker.com!
Fisker's long-awaited follow-up to their more-than-a-$100K sports sedan is finally here. At least the promise of the follow-up to the Karma is finally here. Well, as a concept anyway. The Fisker Atlantic plug-in hybrid design prototype — once called the Nina — finally made it's debut last night here ahead of the New…
A new Bugatti Veyron costs around $1.6 million, depending on how you outfit it. A 1936 57SC Bugatti Atlantic fetched $30 million at auction. This Bugatti-inspired desk, then, may seem like a value at just $240,000. But it isn't.
Last week the Mullin Automotive Museum purchased a 1936 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic from Dr. Peter Williamson's estate for between $30M and $40M, making it the most expensive car ever sold. This makes our prospects of ownership ever-more-depressingly dim. [WSJ]
You got to give Kristján credit for trying. However, he probably should stick to racing rather than vending.