Yes. And sort of. That I know of, anyway.
"Sort of": Boker contracted with Pro-tech to make a auto version of the kwaiken. It's got the Boker nameplate, of course, because it's their design, but the build was all done by Pro-Tech, and it's as excellent as any other PT auto I've ever seen (which is a lot, I've got a thing for PTs). So if you're in a locale that permits an auto with a 3.5" blade and >8" overall, get one get one get one...wait, what am I saying? Get four like I did.
"Yes": Todd Begg's "Steelcraft" production line makes one. It's quite differently styled, but its still called a kwaiken. That one I don't own because I have a hard time justifying $400 for a production flipper. I'm sure it's nice, very nice, but for that price I could buy two of the aforementioned kwaiken autos, and they're better looking anyway. And autos.
My advice: go to BladeHq and get one of their micarta and brass exclusive kwaikens. They have a great build quality that I wish all Bokers did. The copper and carbon ones at BHQ look cooler online, but the micartas seem to be better built. And if you want to be 100% sure, order by phone and ask the person who answers to check out the actual knife they will be sending (best to call on Monday for that, as their storefront is closed and the employees have a bit more time).