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Henrik Fisker is using a revolutionary new battery to power his Tesla killer

Henrik Fisker's first stab at an electric car went up in flames, literally. His company, Fisker Automotive, was the force behind an electric hybrid called the Fisker Karma in 2012. The $100,000 car had a host of battery issues that caused the automaker and its battery supplier, A123 Systems, to recall more than 600 Karmas, Wired reported at the time. Separately, the Karma was known to burst into flames, which was said to be caused by the engine compartment rather than the battery.
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