Fisker Ocean to make it’s European debut at Geneva Motor Show

  • Fisker Ocean will make its European debut at Geneva International Motor Show on 3 March;
  • Thousands of reservations have been made worldwide via Fisker’s proprietary FLEXEE mobile app, downloadable from the App or Google Play stores;
  • First road test footage to be released in the coming weeks;
  • High-performance model is projected to deliver zero-to-60 mph in 2.9 seconds. 

Fisker Inc., designer and manufacturer of eco-friendly electric vehicles and advanced mobility solutions, will debut the Fisker Ocean in Europe at Geneva International Motor Show on 3 March 2020.

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.

How Fisker Ocean’s SUV looks

At 4,640 millimeters (182.7 inches) in length, 1,930 millimeters (76 inches) in width and 1,615 millimeters (63.6 inches) in height, the all-electric SUV offers a spacious environment for both front and rear passengers. With thoughtful design touches, new spaces are created for five adults to sit comfortably – even during the longest of rides.

With 566 liters (20 cubic feet) of trunk space, the vehicle presents practicality and utility. The space increases to 708 liters (25 cubic feet) with the parcel shelf removed, expanding to 1,274 liters (45 cubic feet) with the rear seats folded. The Fisker Ocean will come with roof rails and towing hook options. Towing capacity will be released in 2021.

The base model will feature stylishly designed 20-inch wheels, with 22-inch wheel options for an even larger presence on and off the road.

The Fisker Ocean will be offered in a four-wheel drive configuration on all trims except for the base model – reflecting the vehicle’s off-road capabilities. The standard four-wheel drive configuration will deliver an output of more than 225 kilowatts (more than 300 horsepower), with an ultra-high-performance version targeting zero-to -60 mph in less than three seconds (total power output to be announced in 2021).

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