Hear the Fisker Ocean pedestrian warning sound when the electric vehicle drives at low speeds and see photos from the Qualtrics 2023 X4 Summit.
Today, Henrik Fisker shared a video clip of a Fisker Ocean rolling through the production facility at Magna Steyr. The vehicle is traveling at low speeds and you can hear the pedestrian warning sound. All electric vehicles are required by law to produce an audible alert. Pedestrians are to be warned when an EV is stationary, reversing, and driving forward at speeds up to 18.6 mph. However, a sound is not necessary at higher speeds because the noise produced by tires and airflow is sufficient.
The 1960’s Sci-Fi spaceship sound is pretty mesmerizing to listen to when watching the video clip on repeat. As we watch the Fisker Ocean, with a Great White exterior and SlipStream wheels roll past the camera, there is something else noteworthy with the lighting. You can see the front lights of the electric SUV change from what appears to be parking lights to headlights. This switch appears to change with the daytime running lights too. Now, Henrik, let’s see a video of the ambient lighting!
Qualtrics Summit 2023
On another note, a Fisker Ocean made an appearance at the 3-day Qualtrics Experience Management Summit in Salt Lake City, Utah. One thing very fitting, maybe in celebration of Fisker Ocean taco trays, you can see the electric SUV photographed under a ‘TACOS’ sign. Business leaders from the world’s most iconic brands shared their experiences of delivering breakthrough business results. The star studded business event included the likes of Ryan Reynolds, Martha Stewart, Chip & Joanna Gaines, and the Fisker Ocean. The event was held earlier this week between March 7th through 9th.
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