Buying a Fisker Ocean: Everything You Need To Know

The Fisker Ocean, with various trims to choose from and expected deliveries in Q2 2023, is a standout choice for new EV buyers or those seeking an electric SUV.

Today, consumers have a lot of choices when it comes to electric vehicles. If you’re new to Fisker or electric vehicles in general, or in the market for an electric SUV, this article and video above is for you. The Fisker Ocean is a standout option to consider. It’s comes in various trim options such as the Ocean Extreme, Ultra, and Sport. Fisker Ocean deliveries are expected in Q2 2023.

Fisker Ocean Overview

Ocean electric SUV with a Silver Lining exterior.

One of the key selling points of the Fisker Ocean is its impressive range. The Fisker Ocean is the longest range electric SUV currently available in Europe. In fact, we just learned about that this week. With a range of up to 440 UK miles (707 Km) and the ability to go from 0 to 60 mph in 3.6 seconds, and up to 550 horsepower, this electric SUV is sure to impress. Customers in the United States are currently waiting an update on EPA range, North America homologation, and regulatory approval.

The Fisker Ocean comes with 14 exterior color options, three interior color options, and six wheel options. Features of the Fisker Ocean include a SolarSky roof, PowerBank options (e.g., V2H, V2V), smart traction, torque vectoring, all-wheel drive capabilities among others. The SUV also offers various modes. For example, Hollywood Mode, California Mode with doggie windows and rear hatch glass, and Limo Mode. Also, the Fisker Ocean will offer over-the-air (OTA) software updates and packages for sale.

When it comes to the Fisker Ocean, Fisker will provide financing, an industry leading warranty, and roadside assistance for added peace of mind. The Fisker Ocean has won several awards and the electric SUV has a giant reservation list of nearly 65,000 customers. Fisker plans to build 42,400 vehicles in 2023. If customers reserve a Fisker Ocean today, they should expect to get it some time in 2024.

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The Fisker Ocean with a Silver Lining exterior and 22″ SlipStream wheels.

Fisker is a digital car company, with a direct-to-consumer buying process. That means you won’t be purchasing the car through the traditional car dealership model. Fisker has an asset light business model. The company doesn’t own manufacturing facilities, which allows them to focus on design and customer experience. The company has plans to revolutionize the leasing world with their Flexee Leasing program, but that is a ways off.

Overall, the Fisker Ocean is an exciting option to consider for those in the market for an electric SUV. With impressive range, unique features, and a customer-centric experience, it’s definitely worth checking out. Enjoy the video above with additional details about the Fisker Ocean. Lastly, visit the Fiskerati Forums to discuss the Fisker Ocean and follow various topics about the electric SUV.

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4 thoughts on “Buying a Fisker Ocean: Everything You Need To Know

  1. If I have a reservation from around March of 2022 am I going to have a chance for a car this year

    1. You can visit Fisker’s site, click the ‘Chat with a Radgiver’ button in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen, and send them a message. Think they are there only during regular business hours.

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