Henrik Fisker Shows off Floating Button Island

Fisker shows off production Floating Button Island to be used with the 17.1″ Central Display in the Fisker Ocean One.

Tonight, Henrik Fisker showed off a production Floating Button Island. We talked about this feature the other week when we reviewed the patent for Hollywood Mode. The floating button island is located beneath the central display screen.

Fisker said he was just back from the workshop. He shows off the floating button island with the “flip up/down action!” He is just as excited as us to see production parts come in despite supply chain issues. It shows that Fisker has fantastic suppliers.

This floating button bar will be used in the Fisker Ocean One with the 17.1″ Central Display that supports the Revolve screen. As you can see in the video below, the button bar has five buttons on it. Each button actually works as Henrik presses it. You can hear the clicking. Previously, Henrik wanted to use haptic buttons.

Two of the buttons control the temperature for the driver and passenger along with volume controls. The center button is used to activate Hollywood Mode when the Fisker Ocean is parked. This is one of our favorite features.


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