You have seen the Fisker Ocean SUV, right? The Tesla-taunting electric SUV that goes into full production late next year offering 4WD, a vegan interior, over 300-miles of range from its 80kWh battery and 0-62mph in under three seconds in an ‘ultra high performance’ version … but will start from just $37k.
As you’d expect from Henrik Fisker, the mind behind the pen that drew the Aston Martin Vantage and BMW Z8. On the inside, meanwhile, this car is WOKE. It’s the Extinction Rebellion pool car. It’s not just the leather-free vegan interior. Oh no?
Optional full-length solar roof that will generate ‘1,000 clean, free miles'.
The carpets you tread on after climbing board the as yet unseen interior? They’re fashioned from recycled fishing nets that would otherwise be littering our oceans. You’re welcome, Nemo.
This patented feature, inspired by the Fisker brand’s roots and passion for the Southern California coastline, lowers and slides nine glass windows and panels to open the entire cabin with one touch – creating an open-air feeling, while still maintaining a full “roll cage” safety structure around the passengers. California Mode allows the rear hatch glass to drop – enabling a classic longboard to be placed through the opening without having to drive with an open tailgate.
Drivers can get behind the wheel of the Fisker Ocean starting at $379 (U.S.) per month (with $2,999 down before delivery in 2022, which includes both initiation and activation fees). Fisker will also offer a “$0 drive off” option through a fully financed $2,999 down payment for credit approved customers.
Production is projected to begin in Q4 2021, with high-volume deliveries of the Fisker Ocean targeted to ramp up in 2022. Global and localized supply chains secured across the U.S., Europe and China will result in more than 1 million vehicles projected to be produced between 2022 and 2027.