American EV maker Fisker Inc. (NYSE: FSR) delivered its first electrical Ocean SUV mannequin to a buyer at its new facility in Copenhagen, Denmark Friday.
The Ocean is Fisker Inc’s first electrical automobile since revamping the model in 2016 after Henrik Fisker’s earlier startup, Fisker Automotive, went bankrupt in 2013.
Fisker believes this time is totally different with growing EV provide chains and heightening demand for zero-emission electrical choices.
Since its public debut on the 2022 LA Auto Present, the Fisker Ocean SUV has generated appreciable curiosity, reporting over 63,000 whole orders in November. Fisker held true to its timeline, kicking off Ocean manufacturing final November with plans for Magna Steyr to provide as much as 42,400 autos this 12 months.
The EV maker confirmed final month that the electrical SUV had been licensed by regulators in Europe, and the Fisker Ocean One Launch Version was prepared for buyer deliveries.
In keeping with Fisker’s newest press launch, the corporate has saved the momentum going, with the primary Ocean SUV buyer taking supply Friday.
First Fisker Ocean SUV buyer takes supply
The proprietor obtained their mannequin from Henrik Fisker himself on the lately opened Fisker Middle+ facility in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Beginning at $68,999, the Launch Version Fisker Ocean One shall be restricted to five,000 items. With a dual-motor AWD powertrain, the Ocean One presents the best driving vary of any battery-electric SUV at the moment obtainable in Europe, with as much as 707 km (439 miles), based on Fisker.
Fisker expects to ship all Ocean One fashions by the tip of September whereas additionally starting Ocean Excessive deliveries the identical month.
Though Fisker is specializing in its high trim fashions at the moment, it does have lower-priced fashions within the pipeline, with the Ocean Extremely ($49,999) and Ocean Sport ($37,499).
So far as US deliveries, Fisker has but to announce when the primary clients can count on their fashions.
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