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Fisker

I’ve spilled considerable ink on California-based electric vehicle companies like Rivian, Faraday Future, Vinfast, and Tesla. But one company that’s flown under the radar is Fisker. Backed by the charismatic auto industry legend bearing the same name, the company is planning to start delivering its first model, the Fisker Ocean, at the end of the month.

So what distinguishes Fisker from its myriad competitors? Their path to market. Specifically, Fisker has handed off the manufacturing of its upcoming EVs to partner companies Magna Steyr and Foxconn.

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There’s been no shortage of drama in the world of electric vehicles lately. In fact, there’s been so much that your brave and intrepid EV reporter had no chance of covering it all. So what do we do when there’s simply too much news? We round it up in one spot with no cohesive element whatsoever.

So here we go. In the order of the most absurd to the least:

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Photo Courtesy of Faraday and Gameloft

Faraday Future may not be close to releasing a car ready to zip down freeways, but it is porting a concept version of its electric car into a video game, hoping to convince more people to plunk down deposits of up to $5,000 to reserve a model of its flagship sedan, the FF 91.

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