I completely agree regarding the looks.DKoehler said:Looks everything the 6er should have been, from every angle.
Did they really build 150 of them though?
Actually, they only built 2 Latigo cars. One was the prototype, car #000, based on the BMW 645i. The second car, the only customer car, car #001 of 150, was based on a 2006 M6, with an upgraded engine by SDSport. That car was reviewed by all the car mags (Automobile, Car and Driver). They never built the 150 cars - as soon after they started and focused on the new PHEV concept with JV partner Quantum Technologies, and that JV became Fisker Automotive, which is when I met the company and became involved as an investor and a Director.Wimbledon said:When Fisker Coachbuild revealed an updated Latigo CS, the press release mentioned that 150 had been sold and that another 150 of the updated Latigo CS would be built.