After several years of announcements, Fisker has begun assembling its ambitious Ocean electric crossover at a production facility in Austria.
Fisker intends to gradually increase production volumes. The company plans to release more than 300 units in the first quarter of 2023, and will increase to more than 8,000 units in the next quarter. The target for the third quarter is over 15,000 units. In total, Fisker expects to assemble about 42.4 thousand Ocean electric vehicles in 2023.
According to Fisker, the Ocean electric car in the top-end Extreme configuration will be able to drive 350 miles (about 563 km) on a single charge. This version is equipped with two 550 hp engines, an all-wheel drive system, a digital radar system, a 17.1-inch rotating display and solar panels on the roof. The car is capable of accelerating to 60 mph (96.6 km/h) in 3.6 seconds. The Fisker Ocean Extreme starts at $68,999.
The Ocean Ultra package also includes two motors, but their power is slightly reduced – 540 hp. The acceleration dynamics is also slightly worse than the top version – 3.9 seconds. The price of this version is $49999.
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The basic configuration of the Ocean Sport is satisfied with one 275 hp engine. Because of this, acceleration dynamics suffered significantly (6.6 seconds to 60 miles per hour), but the price turned out to be more affordable – $ 37,499.
Fisker claims the Ocean is “the most sustainable vehicle on the planet.” The SUV is assembled in a carbon-neutral factory and includes over 50kg of recycled, biodegradable and generally sustainable materials.
The Fisker Ocean production electric crossover received three versions priced from $37,499 to $68,999, sales will start at the end of 2022