Production begins on the new Fisker all-electric SUV

Production begins on the new Fisker all-electric SUV

Two trims of the model are already sold out in the United States market for 2023.

After over two years of development, Fisker‘s Ocean all-electric SUV has arrived to the assembly line. Fisker says its rollout strategy will include continuous over-the-air (OTA) upgrading of feature packages.

Two trims of the model are already sold out in the United States market for 2023. In addition to green manufacturing, the Fisker Ocean utilizes more than 50 kilos (approx. 110 lbs.) of recycled, biodegradable and overall eco-conscious materials. Fisker’s production ramp in Austria will see over 300 units manufactured in Q1 of 2023, increasing to over 8,000 units in Q2. More than 15,000 units will follow in Q3, and in Q4 the company will finish the year with enough units to total 42,400, Fisker says.

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Two trims of the Fisker Ocean all-electric SUVare already sold out in the United States market for 2023.

The company says its Ocean Extreme trim travels 350 miles on a single charge, with dual-motor, all-wheel-drive, three driving modes, a 17.1 in. rotating screen featuring gaming in HMI, SolarSky roof, California Mode, and a digital radar. This trim is being sold for $68,999.

Fisker says the limited edition Ocean One builds on the Extreme trim, offering specific signature cues available only on the first 5,000 vehicles.

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