SolarSky Roofs are being installed on Fisker Ocean prototypes this week at the Magna Steyr’s CO2 neutral factory in Graz, Austria.
Today, Henrik gave us a glimpse of a revolutionary Fisker Ocean SolarSky Roof ready for installation. The SolarSky Roof appears to be in a box near the assembly line at the Magna Steyr CO2 neutral factory in Graz Austria. We got glimpses of Fisker Oceans rolling off the assembly line earlier in the week.
Also, we saw an overhead shot of Fisker Oceans lined up at Magna’s test track. In that photo, one Fisker Ocean had a SolarSky Roof and the other four the had BigSky Roofs. Even the Fisker Ocean electric SUV that Abbie Eaton drove around the Bridgestone Proving Ground included a SolarSky Roof.
The company offers three glass roofs on each of the Fisker Ocean trims. They are the SolarSky Roof, Open Sky Roof, and BigSky Roof. The Fisker Ocean Extreme’s SolarSky can produce up to 1,500 clean emissions-free miles per year. We put a handy chart below so you know which glass roof comes with each Fisker Ocean trim.
|Fisker Ocean Trim||Roof Type||Description|
|Ocean Extreme||SolarSky Roof||Full-length solar panel on large retracting glass roof (revolutionary).|
|Ocean Ultra||OpenSky Roof||Large retracting glass roof (similar to a traditional sunroof).|
|Ocean Sport||BigSky Roof||Large stationary glass roof (similar to traditional moon roof).|
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