Fisker Automotive Inc., maker of the Fisker Karma premium plug-in hybrid-electric vehicle that is expected to go on sale late next year, opens a new Engineering and Development Center in Pontiac, MI. Spanning 34,000 sq.-ft. (3,159 sq.-m) and housing up to 200 engineers and designers, the auto maker says the new facility will be an integral part of the Karma PHEV sedan’s development and production. “The available talent, supplier base and infrastructure in Michigan will help us reach our ...

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