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Maximum Bob gave one more glimpse into Solstice history today in an article talking about Fisker in Forbes.

"The big Wilmington Assembly plant, sized for 300,000 cars per year, and which sank the Pontiac Solstice due to its high cost of operation, has to go."

Bad Karma: Should Fisker Get More Federal Aid? - Forbes
 

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Maximum Bob gave one more glimpse into Solstice history today in an article talking about Fisker in Forbes.

"The big Wilmington Assembly plant, sized for 300,000 cars per year, and which sank the Pontiac Solstice due to its high cost of operation, has to go."

Bad Karma: Should Fisker Get More Federal Aid? - Forbes
At the end of the article they talked about a Corvette powered Fisker Karma called Destino and a quick search found that this is being pushed by none other than Bob Lutz!

See: Destino: Bob Lutz's Corvette-powered Fisker Karma - Road & Track
 

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I have to admit, I'd buy the Corvette powered Fisker before I'd buy the 2014 Vette. The Fisker might even be slightly lighter than the vette, plus you get two more doors.

 

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Which rear looks better?

or the Corvette with its droopy looking lights:
The new Corvette's rear reminds me of this:



Which instantly makes it awesome.
 
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