Henrik returns to Magna days after he left last week to review more Fisker Ocean electric SUVs coming off the assembly line.
Today, Henrik Fisker returned to Austria to visit Magna Steyr days after his visit last week. He shared a new photo of a fully built Fisker Ocean posing next to it as well as a video showing a vehicle on the production line. Henrik is showing the world the “The MACHINE” is hard at work already building production intent vehicles. The company is expecting the official start of production on November 17th to be smooth and orderly as it should.
In a post on social media, Henrik stated, “At Magna right now, reviewing the vehicles being built this week! …the MACHINE is running!” The video shows a Fisker Ocean in Silver Lining with Sea Salt interior. It’s being assembled while Henrik reviews the progress. As he examines the work, you can hear him say, “Great, very cool!” as he gives the camera and Magna employees two thumbs up. Henrik is wearing a new jacket with the Fisker logo.
Yesterday, we saw new photos of a Fisker Ocean in Great White on the high volume assembly line at Magna. On the build order slip taped to the front of the vehicle, you could see the vehicle identification numbers (VIN). It appeared to be VCF1SAE29PG00020. If you visit the NHTSA Decoder site it shows the vehicle specifications. That means Fisker is now generating actual vehicle identification numbers making the company one step closer to sellable vehicles.
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