Fisker Ocean Awarded 5-Star Rating, Crash Testing Completed

Fisker Ocean Crash Testing

Henrik reveals Fisker Ocean crash tests are done and results won’t get published until final certification in November.

Fisker Ocean Testing
Fisker Ocean crash testing completed, 5-star rating awarded.

Today, we learned Fisker Ocean crash tests have been completed. People keep asking about crash testing safety results, especially reservation holders.

Henrik shared that crash tests are done. He went on to say they won’t get published until final certification in November. The results will be published by NHTSA and IIHS later this year.

We were pretty certain this milestone had been completed by now. However, what we didn’t know is the results of the crash tests. We don’t know the intricate details, but Henrik did share some more info with us. Henrik said, “schhh 5 ⭐️.” This means Fisker Ocean received a 5-star overall safety rating.

This is a big engineering milestone for the company. The 5-star rating is the highest rating that can be achieved in any crash category. Fisker is nearing start of production, which is on target for November 17, 2022. The Fisker Ocean is 142 days away from start of production. Pre-orders for Fisker Ocean One open up on Friday.

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4 thoughts on “Fisker Ocean Awarded 5-Star Rating, Crash Testing Completed

  1. Am I having a moment or where’s the primary source for this article? “People have wondered”, “we’re pretty sure”, links to the IIHS and NHTSA, but where’s the primary source of this news from today?

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