Building a Fisker Ocean One

Watch a Fisker Ocean One in Big Sur Blue completely assembled from start to finish at Magna Steyr on the high volume production line.

Today, Henrik and the Fisker team posted a video of a Fisker Ocean One being built from start to finish. In Henrik’s words, “First time ever! 0 to Fisker Ocean!” Fisker was a bit more playful in their post. They said, “1 c of Design, Sustainability, and Innovation. 2 tbsp of Californian Sun. Throw in a designer’s pen and engineer’s ruler Mix together in large bowl until combined. Enjoy the world’s most emotional and sustainable vehicle.” In the 3-minute timelapse video, you can see the Fisker Ocean One in Big Sur Blue with Sea Salt interior, and Vortex wheels being assembled on the high volume production line at Magna Steyr. It is quite a sight to see!


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7 thoughts on “Building a Fisker Ocean One

  1. I’m one of the first 5,000 who have paid $5,000, also have second contract for an Ultra, and one PEAR. Also relatively (% of my investment portfolio) significant Fisker shareholder.
    I’m much more interested in Fisker and Magna getting it built right than fast. If quality is there, sales will follow.
    Irv

  2. Do you see the stock price going up? I have a large stake (in my mind ) of my retirement funds in FSR over almost 2 years .

What are your thoughts?