Fisker Waives Destination Charges In Desperate Attempt To Sell Off Remaining Oceans

Image: Fisker It looks like if you’re interested in buying a Fisker Ocean, MSRP will be the price you pay. In a bid to clear out as many as they can, Fisker announced on May 13 that it’s waiving destination charges on leftover Ocean inventory. Henry Lloyd-Hughes Bought His First Car In An English Pub … Read more

Fisker Won’t Be Producing Any More Oceans, Says Company That Produces Them

Image: Fisker Fisker just can’t catch a break. The automaker is still currently teetering on the edge of bankruptcy. And despite huge discounts on the Ocean, the vehicle is mess of issues. If a recent earnings call is to be believed, however, the Ocean itself might not matter much anymore. This Is The New Mercedes-Maybach Night … Read more

Fisker Resorts To Fixing Customer Cars With Preproduction Parts From ‘Graveyard’

The launch of the Fisker Ocean has been plagued with problems, and those problems are now compounding in ways that make everything worse for owners. See, problems mean repairs, but parts shortages mean those fixes could take eons to actually complete — unless you have a “graveyard” of preproduction parts to slap onto customer cars. … Read more

Fisker Ocean Totaled Over $910 Door Ding After Insurer Admits It Can’t Find Parts

A door ding is a pretty minor mishap that can happen to the best of us. Usually, it’s a pretty simple fix that involves maybe polishing out the panel, adding some new cladding or, if it’s really bad, replacing the door. For one Fisker Ocean owner, however, a simple door ding cost them their entire … Read more

Check Out The Weirdest, Most Beautiful French Cars From The Mullin Museum’s Auction

Photo: Daniel Golson/Jalopnik Estimate: $2,500,000 – $3,500,000 The centerpiece of the auction is this 1938 Bugatti Type 57C Aravis Special Cabriolet, one of only four ever made and one of only two based on the supercharged 57C. (Bugatti made 710 Type 57 cars in total, with 96 being the 57C.) With gorgeous coachbuilt bodywork by … Read more

At $12,900, Is This 2014 Maserati Quattroporte S Q4 A Deal?

The present owner of today’s Nice Price or No Dice Quattroporte claims to be selling it “under book value” due to a minor fix it requires. That’s on top of the precipitous depreciation these cars already face. Let’s see if this one is worth the roll of the dice. Jon Cryer’s First Car Came From … Read more

This Wrencher Is Trying To Save A Totaled $880,000 Custom Rolls Royce

In Europe, they play this strange game where a ball is kicked around a field for 90 minutes. They call it football, but over here it’s known as soccer and the people that play it get paid a lot. An awful lot, actually. So much so that one soccer player had enough to buy an … Read more

2025 Mercedes-Benz EQS Appeals To Traditionalists With A Hood Ornament And Faux Grille Bars

The Mercedes-Benz EQS was instantly one of the three-pointed star’s most controversial designs when it debuted all the way back in 2021. While some were immediate fans of the flagship EV liftback’s slippery, egg-like shape — yours truly included — many traditional Mercedes customers were put off by its styling. Mercedes is attempting to appeal … Read more

You Can Buy One Of The Best Modern Sports Sedans For Less Than A Toyota Corolla

Let’s say you’re in the car market looking for something fun or, at the very least, somewhat interesting to drive. There are some great options to be had on the used market and, if you’re not picky or a badge snob, one of the best sport sedans to come to market in the last decade … Read more

Rolls-Royce Spectre EV Beats EPA Figures In Edmunds Real-World Range Test

Despite its huge size and 6,417-pound curb weight, the Rolls-Royce Spectre EV manages to be pretty efficient. The EPA rates the electric two-door coupe at 291 miles of range, or 266 with the optional 23-inch wheels in place of the standard 22s — around the same amounts as the BMW i7 M70 and Maybach EQS. … Read more