We now have some indication of how long it may take Fisker Ocean One to arrive in the United States once deliveries begin in November.
Today, Fisker confirmed they took delivery of three Fisker Ocean prototypes. Henrik announced last month three prototypes were shipped by Magna in Europe to the USA for ADAS testing.
It took exactly three weeks for Fisker to announce the vehicles arrived in the USA from Europe. That may give us an indication of how long it will take for Fisker Ocean One launch editions to be shipped across the Atlantic.
The three Fisker Ocean prototypes will undergo various testing here in the United States over the coming weeks. According to the company, the prototypes are on schedule for testing over the upcoming weeks. The electric SUV will undergo testing of the FI-Pilot safety features (ADAS). In addition, the company said they will test high and low speed features and the powertrain.
Fisker tells us they will share some behind the scene footage with us from the coming testing. In April, got to see Henrik top 100 MPH in the Fisker Ocean. Then in May, Abbie Eaton conducted performance testing at the Bridgestone Proving Ground in Italy. The company has a lot of testing and fine tuning ahead of production, which will begins in November of this year.
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1 thought on “It Takes Three Weeks for Fisker Ocean Prototypes to Arrive for More Testing”
Any “Live pictures“ available? Nobody has seen any prototype on public roads.