2006 Fisker Latigo
Engine:5 liter V10
Horsepower @ RPM:500@7750
Torque @ RPM:6100
0-60 time:4.6 sec.
Top Speed:155 mph
Uncompromising. Distinctive. Compelling. The BMW 6 Series 650Ci Coupe provides the base vehicle architecture for the FISKER LATIGO CS. Signature FISKER cues bring a new gravitas and balance to the luxury sports coupe - it is understated elegance at its best.
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Drop by eBay for a minute and you’ll spend at least a few hours browsing through all the things that you’d want to buy if you had the money to afford it. Take this one for example.
It’s a second-hand Fisker Latigo CS V10, which we’re pretty surprised to find on the site. The seller claims that the car has around 18,000 miles on it and is selling it for a ’Buy It Now’ price of $90,000.
Based on a BMW M6, the 2008 Latigo that’s being sold comes with a modified version of the M6’s 5.0-liter V10 engine that produces over 648 horsepower and comes with new springs and a set of 20-inch Fisker wheels. Seeing as the car is relatively new compared to other second-hand models we’ve seen in the past - Henrik Fisker, CEO of Fisker Automotive, only started building the Latigo in 2006 - popping $90,000 for this particular model isn’t cheap by any means, but it certainly isn’t a rip-off either.
So if you’re interested, scoot on over to the page and give it a good look. Who knows, if you like it as much as we do - and you have the money to afford it, which we don’t - you might just end up buying it yourself.
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.
After several years of working, Henrik Fisker — a former designer for Aston Martin — delivered the first 2007 Fisker Latigo CS V10 sports cars at the Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance in tony Beverly Hills, California. It is the first car from a total of 50 units that were built. The Latigo was based on a donor BMW 6 Series or M6 chassis, and is powered by a V-8 engine with a maximum output of 360 horse power. A more powerful version is powered by a V-10 with 648 hp. The first Latigo, powered by the V10 engine, makes the 0 to 60 mph sprint in just 3.9 seconds.