Henrik Fisker shares new photos of high volume assembly robots on Fisker Ocean manufacturing line at Magna’s CO2 neutral factory in Europe.
Today, Henrik Fisker visited the Magna Steyr assembly plant to check the status of the Fisker Ocean production line. During his visit, Henrik got to see newly installed high volume assembly robots on the Fisker Ocean manufacturing line.
Henrik previously shared there were 125 robots installed at Magna Steyr’s CO2 neutral plant in Graz, Austria. He also shared an image of “super precise” Zeiss measuring equipment owned by Fisker.
When production is fully ramped at this facility by mid-2023, these robots will help produce 7,500 Fisker Ocean SUVs each month. Fisker, together with its manufacturing partner, is using the latest technology to develop and build the highly innovative Fisker Ocean. Henrik Fisker said, “Aspiring for the Highest quality!”
Henrik was in Europe on the weekend attending Goodwood Festival of Speed. As we mentioned, he was also going to visit the Graz, Austria assembly plant. Henrik confirmed start of production is on track for November 2022.
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4 thoughts on “Fisker Ocean High Volume Assembly Robots”
Work in progress ????⚡️
Need to see and drive before accepting the purchase offer sending to customers of existing reservation.
I totally agree, when will test models be available to Toronto Canada area?
Hope there’s an opportunity for everyone to test drive in large cities that will enable people to make a decision.