A few years ago, Henrik Fisker launched two special edition sports cars – the Latigo CS and the Tramonto – with the intention of reviving the art of coach-building.

Fast forward to today and one of those cars, the Latigo CS, is now up for sale at Autotrader.

According to the seller, the special-edition Fisker Latigo CS, which was based on the BMW 6-Series, only has around 8,200 miles on it and comes with a boatload of features including traction control, heated passenger seats, a tire pressure monitoring system, a trip computer, an electrochromic rearview mirror, variable speed intermittent wipers, to name a few. And yeah, the seller also seemed thrilled to say that the car’s ashtray and cigarette lighter have never been used.

The seller is selling this limited edition ride for $79,888 – a pretty significant drop from the car’s SRP of $198,000. So, if you’re interested in taking a stab at purchasing this 2005 Fisker Latigo CS, now’s your chance. Be quick though; this car might be scooped up before you know it.


Source: Autotrader

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  (780) posted on 03.17.2010

Lovely looking car, the name says it all. It looks definitely like a fish.

  (647) posted on 03.11.2010

80 grand is still a very expensive price tag for such a car. I mean you can buy a Camaro with that kind of money or 2 BMW cars. It’s not that well known of a brand anyways, no wonder no one bought it when it was still more than a hundred g.

  (939) posted on 03.9.2010

The car looks ordinary. I can’t see a special thing on it. Maybe that’s the reason why a sudden drop of price.

  (708) posted on 03.8.2010

Here’s how it works, You pony up for a hideous looking but really quite fast BMW 650i or M6, then drop it off with Fisker and his crew in Irvine.

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