Henrik Fisker Opens Two New Experience Centers in Munich, Takes Delivery of Second Fisker Ocean One

Henrik Fisker takes delivery of the second Fisker Ocean One while opening two brand-new Fisker Experience Centers in Munich, Germany.

Today, Henrik Fisker revealed that he took delivery of his Fisker Ocean in Europe. He shared his excitement by saying, “I’m in Munich where we just opened our first flagship lounge & I got the 1st registered Ocean in Germany! It’s an amazing moment and a fantastic weekend! Now on way to UK.” During a Special Episode of All-Things Fisker, he had mentioned that he planned to acquire a few Fisker Oceans. This particular vehicle will serve as his European ride while the company awaits EPA approval for the Ocean in the United States.

Now Open: Fisker Lounge & Center+ Munich

Moreover, Henrik Fisker announced that Fisker has inaugurated its first flagship Fisker Lounge in Munich. This breaking news was covered in a press release issued by the company this morning. Fisker has now opened two Fisker experience centers in Germany today. We had reported on the construction of the first center near the Marianplatz last year. And a few weeks ago, we received pictures of a Center+ under development at Motorworld Munich. Both locations are now open for business.

Fisker has announced that its two newly launched customer experience centers in Munich City are situated at Kaufingerstrasse 12 and the Motorworld Munich, respectively. The company has also revealed the operational timings for each location. The Fisker Lounge Munich is open to the public from Monday to Friday, 10 am to 7 pm CEST, and on Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm CEST. Moreover, customers can visit the showroom at Munich Motorworld from Tuesday to Friday, 11 am to 5 pm CEST, and on Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm CEST.

Earlier today, Henrik Fisker inaugurated the grand openings in Munich. He launched the Fisker Lounge Munich, a 400 square-meter space located in the city center. Fisker also disclosed that their European headquarters will feature a Center+ location at Motorworld Munich. The exclusive 75 square-meter showroom comprises a 100-space garage to facilitate customer deliveries and test drives. Yes, you heard that right! Similar to other locations in Europe, customers can register their names on a waiting list for test drives as soon as they are available.

“Having spent the early years of my career in the automotive industry here, it’s great to be back in Germany and Munich as we open new facilities for our customers. I’m also excited I got my European Fisker Ocean today.”

Henrik Fisker, Chairman & CEO, Fisker Inc.

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3 thoughts on “Henrik Fisker Opens Two New Experience Centers in Munich, Takes Delivery of Second Fisker Ocean One

  1. Henrik, How many of the first 5,000 are for you?? I think you should be delivering to other customers first. I’m a U.S. customer and shareholder. Obviously I can’t get mine yet but plenty of Europeans are waiting for theirs.

  2. Looking at the photos last Friday and today… do you remember when our Euro friends would make disparaging remarks about, ‘you can tell an American… they like to wear tennis schuhe…’ Now we all wear sneakers and soon many of us will be driving a Fisker.

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