Famous car designer Henrik Fisker is back with a new electric car startup bearing the Fisker name. The first product is a small battery and electric crossover called the Ocean.
The handsome crossover is a custom version by Fisker Modular platform supplied by Magna Steyr, And it will also be built by Magna at the Austrian factory from November 2022. US deliveries began around that time, and Fisker has already confirmed a base price of $ 37,499.
Fisker also offers leases with no fixed term, From $ 379 per month.. The lease includes all services and maintenance and can drive up to 30,000 miles per year.
The United States and Europe were announced as the first markets. Instead of using a dealer, Fisker sells the ocean directly to its customers. Customers can book a test drive in the app or in a company-owned store. Pick-up and delivery for maintenance is also processed via the app.
So far, Fisker has only shown an early prototype of the Ocean, but a production-intended version will be unveiled at the 2021 Los Angeles Auto Show starting November 18.
Previously announced specifications include an 80kWh battery and a choice of rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. Fisker previously claimed a range between 250 and 300 miles, but numbers may be modified for production.
When it comes to charging, Fisker said it’s working with Electrify America to develop a charging system that allows sea owners to add a 200-mile range in about 30 minutes.
In Europe, Fisker partners with the charging company Allego. Fisker is also involved in a SPAC transaction aimed at opening Allergo through a reverse merger with Spartan Acquisition Company III. Fisker was also published through a SPAC agreement in the case of a Spartan Energy Acquisition Corp.
More Fiskers are arriving one after another. It will be a more affordable model than planned for 2023 Codename Project Pear, And fixed for production in the United States
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