Is Your Fisker Ocean One Lock Date Coming Up?

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There is something you’ll want to double check before your ability to edit your Fisker Ocean One build expires.

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Fisker Ocean One emblem on the rear of the limited edition launch vehicle.

Today, the next group of Fisker Ocean Ones are only days away from being locked. In fact, on Monday some customers will no longer be able to edit the build of their Fisker Ocean One. That means they won’t have the ability to change the selection of the exterior, interior, or wheels of their limited edition launch vehicle. Then, their orders will be sent to Fisker’s manufacturing partner for assembly. If your lock date is January 30th, Fisker has already sent you two notices by email about your build. Whether your build locks next week or later in Q1 2023, there is something you need to do before your ability to edit your build expires.

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4 thoughts on “Is Your Fisker Ocean One Lock Date Coming Up?

  1. I’ve only received one of these emails in this series. The #3 saying it locks “tomorrow”, but that was early January for a lock date in late March. Not sure if there really is a series of these or they are somewhat random.

    1. Per Fisker’s website, “Build lock dates are estimated and subject to change. Final build lock dates will be confirmed via email two weeks prior to locking.” You should have received at least two of the three — maybe the others went to SPAM!

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