Automotive giant Fisker, which filed for bankruptcy last month, is trying to compensate for its losses to some extent by selling its remaining 3 thousand vehicles at low prices. The company is waiting for approval from the court to sell approximately 3 thousand vehicles at very low prices.

GIANT COMPANY GOES BANKRUPT

The economic crisis continues to affect every sector. Fisker also got its share of this situation. The company, which went bankrupt last month, is said to have debts of about 1 billion dollars.

Fisker's assets are estimated to be between 500 million and 1 billion dollars. Among the company's 20 major creditors are giant companies such as Adobe, Google and SAP.

Fisker plans to sell 3,231 Ocean SUV model vehicles in its inventory to a car rental company called American Lease for 46.25 million dollars.

VEHICLES WILL BE SOLD AT 14 THOUSAND DOLLARS

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The company aims to dispose of each vehicle for $14,000. However, when Fisker first introduced the Ocean model, it sold for 70,000 dollars. With the impact of the economic crisis, this price dropped to $ 25,000.

Fisker, which declared bankruptcy due to some problems in the vehicles, hopes to get permission from the court to sell these models at low prices. However, the judge will make the final decision on this issue.

Editor: David Goodman