They would not be able to anyway IMO. Tesla has sporty electrics sewn up already. Nissan, mitsubishi, etc have plebian electrics. GM, Toyota, Ford (c-max engergi) have PHEVs. Regardless of what a person thinks of fisker they would have had quite a hard go. The Nina was supposed to be different and target a low cost PHEV. If they could have actually done it then great, but otherwise they had very little to offer in terms of performance or efficiency. I am not saying they are bad, just that they mistimed the market and now have to compete against regular companies. Tesla was ahead.