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  • 1. Fisker Automotive
  • 2. Management• Founded in 2007 by Henrik Fisker (Chairman)(was Design Director at Aston Martin and Ford) and Bernhard Koehler (COO)(was with BMW and Ford). CEO Tom LaSorda (was with Chrysler and GM).
  • 3. Facilities• HQ in California, US• Assembly Plant in Delaware (a former GM plant) with 300K/yr capacity• Assembly Plant in Finland with 100K/yr capacity• Operation Centers in Munich and Beijing
  • 4. Sales• 1st Hybrid vehicle (Fisker Karma) launched to sale in Dec 2011. Delivered more than 1000 cars since launch.• Starts in US & EU (Karma ranked 2nd in volume, in Holland, to the Porsche Panamera in the segment for four-door luxury sedans in Jan- Apr, 2012)• Building Mid East and China Channels.
  • 5. Financials• Over $100 million revenue generated in four months to April 30 (ASP $100K for 1000 cars delivered)• Private equity funding exceeds $170 million in 2012• Total funding passes $1 billion milestone, (from VC Palo Alto Investors and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers)
  • 6. Fisker Car Line Up• Karma (MY12) N1 (MY14) Atlantic (22x8.5/9.5)• K1 (MY13) Surf
  • 7. EVer• Electric Vehicles (EV) with extended range• 1st carmaker to launch vehicles under the Federal Government’s Advanced Technology Vehicle Manufacturing (ATVM) program
  • 8. Ever TM• EVer™ technology uses an electric generator and battery pack to power dual electric motors that drive the rear wheels. The gasoline engine is only used as a backup range extender. The patented technology permits up to 50 miles of electric driving. After 50 miles, the internal combustion engine engages to support the electric motors for a range of 250 miles.
  • 9. Q&A