Sneak Peek: New Outdoor Photos of Fisker Ocean Force E, PEAR, RŌNIN, and Alaska

We’re giving you a first look of new outdoor photos of Fisker’s entire line up of electric vehicles in a real-world setting as boat loads of Fisker Ocean’s keep arriving at ports in North America.

Today, we’re sharing some new outdoor photos of the Fisker Ocean Force E, PEAR, RŌNIN, and Alaska. We showcased these photos last night on All-Things Fisker so watch the latest episode for additional details. We also shared a lot of new updates last night, including literally the boat loads of Fisker Ocean arriving at ports here in the United States. This is going to be a regular occurrence so get used to it! Henrik Fisker came out earlier in the day confirming the hundreds of vehicles hitting shores in North America. He shared the video above and stated, “A sea of Ocean’s from this morning! with hundreds of deliveries!”

All-Things Fisker: Episode 33

We live streamed this week’s episode of All-Things Fisker a day early. However, we promise it’s an informative show with numerous news and updates — watch now! We dive into the latest developments of Fisker adopting NACS and discuss the influx of Fisker Oceans arriving at ports. For instance, yesterday, 89 vehicle identification numbers were published on Fiskerati Forums. This is separate from the additional 133 electric SUVs that were disclosed this morning.

Our coverage also encompasses the Fisker test drive event in Manhattan Beach, showcasing intriguing updates about one-pedal driving and the Fisker Blade technology as it pertains to the Fisker Ocean. Furthermore, we provide you with the most recent insights about Fisker RŌNIN, Fisker Ocean over-the-air updates, and our firsthand experience at the Rancho Santa Fe Cars & Coffee event, among other topics.

New Photos: Fisker Ocean Force E, PEAR, RŌNIN, and Alaska

We are getting our first glimpse of Fisker’s lineup of electric vehicles in real-world settings. These newly released photos showcase the interior and exterior of the Fisker Ocean Force E, PEAR, RŌNIN, and Alaska. This marks the first time we’re observing several of these electric vehicles in outdoor environments. The Fisker Ocean Force E exudes a rugged appearance as the off-road machine poses amidst piles of dirt and rocks. This is compared to the Fisker PEAR, an agile city EV, elegantly displayed against a backdrop of solar panels. Furthermore, the photos give us a sneak peek at interiors of multiple prototypes like the Fisker Alaska with various cargo straps in the rear of the electric truck. It’s also the first time we’re seeing the Fisker RŌNIN supercar with its convertible top down.

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2 thoughts on “Sneak Peek: New Outdoor Photos of Fisker Ocean Force E, PEAR, RŌNIN, and Alaska

  1. My criticism about the wheels remains the same.
    The same is true for the hard plastic look interior A pillars.
    A nice fabric should be placed over it to give it a sense of warmth.
    The headliner and seats should be of opposite colors otherwise it looks too much like a cave inside.
    Also the rear bumper has an odd shape to it and should mimic what the Ocean has instead.

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