Master Your Fisker Ocean: 20 Must-Watch Tutorials, Max Range Challenge, and Montreal Test Drives

Fisker just released 20 new tutorial videos, kicked off an exciting Fisker Ocean contest, and hit the road to Montreal for the upcoming test drive pop-up event.

Today, Fisker dropped 20 new tutorial videos demonstrating how to use your Fisker Ocean. These videos will be especially useful for anyone receiving their brand new Fisker Ocean. We’ve personally viewed each video, and they’re fantastic—plus, we picked up a few new tricks along the way. These eagerly anticipated YouTube videos guide owners through every aspect of operating the Fisker Ocean, covering everything from utilizing the key fob and driving the electric vehicle to adjusting specific settings like regen braking, the sound system, steering wheel, and climate control settings.

Fisker Ocean Max Range Challenge

Fisker Ocean driving through countryside.
Fisker Ocean driving through countryside.

Get go the distance in your Fisker Ocean and embark on the ultimate driving challenge! Fisker is calling all owners to showcase the remarkable range of their Fisker Oceans, in the official launch of the Fisker Ocean Max Range Challenge. From now until November 7th, 2023, Fisker Ocean owners worldwide have the chance to prove their electric prowess by achieving the longest range on a single charge.

The stakes are high, with eight national winners from qualifying countries snagging a $1,000 cash voucher, and one exceptional driver crowned the grand prize winner. This lucky individual not only takes home $3,000 but also enjoys an all-expenses-paid trip to Graz, Austria, where the carbon-neutral magic happens—exploring the facility where Fisker vehicles are born. Fisker owners, power up your electric SUVs and show the world that when it comes to range, you and your Ocean are in a league of their own!

Fisker Ocean Road Tour Hits Montreal!

Fisker Ocean test drive event in Toronto, Canada.
Fisker Ocean test drive event in Toronto, Canada.

Right now, the Fisker Oceans are en route to the upcoming test drive pop-up event, cruising from Toronto, where the Canadian tour kicked off last week, to the next destination in Montreal. Montreal marks the next leg on the Fisker Ocean road tour, with the test drive extravaganza set to unfold at CF Carrefour Laval starting tomorrow, October 18th through the 20th. The journey’s final pitstop is Vancouver, where the Fisker Ocean test drive event will rev up from October 27th to 29th at CF Richmond Center. Don’t miss out—secure your test drive appointment and snag a spot. Here’s to hoping you get to dive into the electric SUV experience while it’s making waves in Canada!

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12 thoughts on “Master Your Fisker Ocean: 20 Must-Watch Tutorials, Max Range Challenge, and Montreal Test Drives

  1. Scheduled delivery never happened yesterday. Fisker contacted 10 minutes before end of delivery window to let us know that there were issues with the driver and that it would be delivered by 12 PM today EST. No delivery, no update or communication . Customer Service and logistics are horrible! This is not a great start.

  2. Glad its just not me, I have had the same issue with delivery and I am unable to get anyone to respond. Glad I am paying for insurance on a vehicle I don’t have. They were very efficient at getting me wiring instructions but once that was sent pretty much no communication except to tell me late afternoon the day I was supposed to receive it that it is not coming. Not a great way to start a new car company.

    1. Thanks for the comment Bob. The lack of communication, especially on the day of the expected delivery, is not a great customer experience. We suggest contacting your vehicle admin right away. Hopefully, the issue gets resolved soon so you can start enjoying your Fisker Ocean.

  3. So got my vehicle here, a week late and no communication. Got a call from driver stating car will be there in two hours. Excited after a year wait — it is all that I imagined and more. However quality and safety checks were definitely lacking. Fingerprints, scratches on fender, dust and water marks everywhere… definitely no detailing, the seats seemed like they were wiped with a dirty rag. Then I look in the trunk and I was shocked to see that the can (I think) for Fixing a flat tire — it has leaked, there is white liquid, luckily most of it was in the plastic bag it came with. Also found one of those plastic rivet things loose and not sure what that is supposed hold – it was under my wiper outside of front windshield. Sent a message to admin, let’s see if they will respond and what solution I will get.

  4. MY situation just keeps getting worse. I was called on Friday and told they could deliver my vehicle this weekend. They asked if I was available and I said yes. The agent told me that Fisker delivery would call with timeline. Well it is Sunday afternoon and I received no call or no vehicle. If I go to my account and look at the status of my vehicle it states Place Your Order and Lock in Production. Can’t make this stuff up. Also still no response from all my emails to different departments.

  5. As much as I hate to say it, my delivery experience was the same as mentioned above. I have had great patience throughout the process. The squeaky wheel does get the oil. I demanded my car be delivered before I left the country for 30 days. They did so and now it sits in my garage.
    I also had a leaky tire repair bottle that saved a major clean-up by the plastic bag it was in. But the bottle is now useless.
    However, I am still excited about my new FOO. As a significant stockholder with a major loss, I dislike seeing the poor service. People often don’t recognize the importance of good communication. Yet, I am still long-term optimistic.

What are your thoughts?