Fisker says its problem Karmas are almost all fixed

Fisker has been rushing to fix the problem with the hose clamp for the batteries on its Karma electric car. It says that the “majority” of its customers’ and dealers’ cars with problem batteries have either gotten new batteries or have been repaired.

Fisker won’t ramp up production of Karma until Q2 2012

Electric vehicle startup Fisker Automotive has dramatically scaled back production plans of its first car, the Karma, in the fourth quarter of 2011, and it won’t ramp up to full production until the second quarter of 2012.

Dozens of Fisker’s electric Karma car land in U.S.

Close to forty of Fisker’s first electric car the Karma were shipped to the U.S. this weekend from a factory in Finland, and the Karma has now been certified by the EPA, according to VentureWire. It still needs approval from the California Air Resources Board.

PHOTOS: Numbers growing for Fisker Karmas

The number of Fisker Karma’s that have been produced is starting to grow, and Fisker has posted new photos of its lined up Karmas on display. These cars are a mixture of cars for a roadshow for retailers and the first cars for customers.

Fisker starts hiring to make its second electric car

While electric car maker Fisker Automotive is in the process of launching its first electric car, the Karma, to dealerships and customers this summer, the auto startup says it is also starting to hire workers for its next-generation electric car, dubbed code name Project Nina.

Flush With Cash: Fisker Adds Yet Another $100M

Electric car maker Fisker Automotive has already raised over $1 billion in equity, loans and grants. And yet, the company, which will be launching its first inaugural electric car this summer, has raised another $100 million. That’s on top of the $190 million which recently closed.