A former General Motors Corp. plant in Wilmington, DE, could be home to at least two Fisker Automotive Inc. plug-in hybrid-vehicle programs after 2016. Fisker confirms today it will acquire the site to support Project NINA, “an affordable, family-oriented plug-in hybrid sedan” costing about $39,900 after federal tax credits. But Ward’s learns the second-generation Fisker Karma is due in 2016 and will be assembled at Wilmington. The first-generation Karma, a performance-oriented plug-in ...
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