The Wall Street Journal reported the company once known as Fisker Automotive received court approval on a Chapter 11 plan that will distribute money raised in the bankruptcy sale of the manufacturer of luxury hybrid sedans.

According to the Journal , judge Kevin Gross confirmed the plan for the company now called FAH Liquidating at a hearing in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Wilmington, DE.

The Journal notes the Fisker name and business were sold to China’s Wanxiang Group at a February bankruptcy auction for $149.2 million.

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