Henrik Fisker visited Magna today to check on the production line, the latest prototypes, and discuss prepping for production with Magna.
Today, we are 100 days away from the start of Fisker Ocean production at Magna in Graz, Austria. As we near November 17th, the Fisker team is working closely with Magna to get ready for production.
In fact, Henrik visited the Magna factory in Graz, Austria. He visited the CO2 neutral plant earlier today ahead of Fisker Ocean production. The Fisker team was there to get the latest status update on Fisker Ocean prototypes.
The company also got a preview of the production line, including some state-of-the-art specialty built equipment to produce high-quality Fisker Ocean electric SUVs. During the last visit we got to see some high volume assembly robots.
The company took to social media to share photos and videos of their visit. Henrik said they are making “fantastic progress” at the factory. Henrik shared a photo of a fully automated High Voltage battery marriage robot. He said that it sets the battery in less than 2 minutes, which includes automatically fastening all 26 bolts that secure it in place.
Both Fisker and Magna spent the day discussing prep for Fisker Ocean production. Magna will be shutting down Fisker’s manufacturing site in Graz later this month to prep for production in November. Henrik said he will be sharing a new video tomorrow from the trip. However, the company posted various Instagram stories today, which we’ve compiled into one video for you to see below. You can see the Fisker Ocean going through more validation on the Magna test track.
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