Fisker releases Ocean Force E off-road package details

Fisker releases Ocean Force E off-road package details

Features include 33-inch tires on 20-inch wheels, special dampers, skid plates and underbody protection.

Fisker released additional details about its Fisker Ocean Force E, the off-road package for the Fisker Ocean all-electric SUV.

Fisker said Force E is designed to maximize Fisker Ocean’s torque, power and range for sustainable off-roading. Force E will be available both at vehicle purchase and as a post-purchase add-on package and will first be available for all-wheel drive Fisker Ocean One and Extreme trims, and available for the Ultra trim at a later date.

The package includes 33-inch tires on 20-inch wheels, higher ground clearance, specialized dampers, front and rear skid plates and an underbody plate for greater durability.

Force E will also include a special off-road mode, delivering off-road-performance powertrain settings that will be delivered via over-the air (OTA) update as part of the package, the company said. An optional roof basket to enhance the Force E package will be sold separately.

Fisker Ocean Force E is scheduled to be available in Q1 2024, with pricing to be announced when reservations open.

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