Fisker Ocean Aerodynamics

Henrik reveals more about the aerodynamics of the Fisker Ocean, which is a crucial aspect of electric car design that can directly impact the car’s range and overall efficiency.

Production Fisker Ocean with Red Planet exterior on short Magna Steyr test track (Graz, Austria).

Today, we learned a little bit more about the Fisker Ocean design. In fact, Henrik shared some details about the aerodynamics of the electric SUV he designed. Henrik shared, “Aerodynamics, we designed the rear lower area to let the air slip off and create the least turbulence, see the lower spoilers and the cut out behind the wheels. We also designed aerodynamic spoilers on each side of the rear window and the roof spoiler has exactly the right departing angle for optimized airflow.”

This came from him after he posted a new photo of the Fisker Ocean. Apparently, the Fisker Ocean with a Red Planet exterior, and what again appears like 22″ F6 Vortex wheels in black, is in Northern Sweden. He said, “Aerodynamic: No need to clean license plate or taillights! Even when driving in extreme snow in northern Sweden on a froze lake, in minus 12 degrees! And, the digital rear view camera lets you see out the rear perfectly! No issues with a frozen stuck rear wiper!!!”

Earlier this week, we learned Fisker hired engineers from Boeing to help with aerodynamics and airflow around the vehicle. Designers maintained the SUV look while incorporating aerodynamics. They employed techniques such as air curtains and focused on improving airflow underneath the car with the help of aerodynamics experts from Boeing. The designers did not let aerodynamics dictate the design but instead focused on implementing it in specific areas of the car.

Why Aerodynamics Matter for Electric Vehicles

Aerodynamics on an electric car are particularly important because they can have a significant impact on the car’s driving range. Electric vehicles rely on battery power to operate, and any energy that is lost due to air resistance or drag can reduce the car’s range. By optimizing the car’s aerodynamics, designers can reduce drag, which means that the car will need less energy to maintain its speed and can travel further on a single charge. Improved aerodynamics can also help to reduce wind noise and improve the overall driving experience for passengers. Therefore, aerodynamics is a crucial aspect of electric car design that can directly impact the car’s range and overall efficiency. It’s good to know aerodynamics experts were used in helping design the Fisker Ocean.

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