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A hearing to approve the sale of bankrupt luxury hybrid automaker Fisker Automotive Inc.'s assets was moved to Tuesday, according to a court filing.

An auction of the Costa Mesa-based company's assets started and was originally scheduled for bankruptcy court approval on Friday.

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The automaker had attracted two bidders.

Hybrid Tech Holdings LLC, affiliated with Hong Kong billionaire Richard Li, became Fisker’s senior secured lender when it paid $25 million for Fisker’s Department of Energy Loan last year. It has said it was willing to pay $55 million for the automaker.

Wanxiang America Corp., part of China-based auto parts company Wanxiang Group Corp., had bid $35.7 million.

Both bidders have said they would like to resume production of the Fisker Karma and bring manufacturing to the U.S.