The California based Fisker Automotive corporation has just been granted a sizable loan from the U.S. Government that will rapidly facilitate the automaker’s full scale production of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. The U.S. Department of Energy has signed off on and agreed to the terms of a conditional totaling over half a billion dollars so that Henrik Fisker’s car company can create affordable, fuel efficient hybrid electric vehicles that are made right here in the U.S.A. The $528,000,000 loan will also allow Fisker Automotive CEO, Henrik Fisker to create at least 5,000 jobs for autoworkers right here in the U.S.

If only General Motors and Chrysler had lineups as desirable as Henrik Fisker’s then perhaps the U.S. Government would have been a bit more eager to step in and help out with their financial needs. It is no doubt that fuel efficient gas electric hybrids are going to be the next generation of personal transportation and it is confidence inspiring that there is an automaker who not only believes in the future, but also believes that we don’t have to sacrifice fun in order to save fuel.

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7 comments:

  (1333) posted on 10.11.2010

Hybrid car’s a re quite expensive.

Naterade22  (238) posted on 09.23.2009

umm, you might want to check the Tesla site. Try 220 miles + of runtime depending on the model. Why not give money to a company already producing battery powered plug in cars

Naterade22  (7) posted on 09.23.2009

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Naterade22  (9) posted on 09.23.2009

ya know...Censorship in any form S**ks

Naterade22  (9) posted on 09.23.2009

well if you haven’t hear the Tesla kinds of ..... Watch the Top Gear test....45 miles of run time??

Naterade22  (238) posted on 09.22.2009

The government should give money to Tesla to build a lot of their cars instead.

Uncia  (868) posted on 09.22.2009

Fisker is a lame company that deserves nothing from the government; virtually none of the car’s parts are built here. Tesla is more American and is a better car any way you look at it.

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