Made with Recycled Carbon Fiber, the Fisker Ocean One SlipStream Wheels

Fisker Ocean One Recycled Carbon Fiber

The Fisker Ocean One will sport SlipStream Wheels with aluminum and recycled carbon.

The first 5,000 Fisker Oceans to roll off the assembly line at Magna later this year will be the Ocean One. Yes, the Ocean One is the limited launch edition electric vehicle by Fisker. It is the top of the line model sold at $68,999, which is the same price as the Ocean Extreme. The Fisker Ocean One will come fully equipped with all premium features including 22″ F3 SlipStream wheels made from aluminum and recycled carbon fiber inserts. The Slipstream wheels come in silver and black.

Recycled Carbon Fiber Inserts

Look close at the recycled carbon fiber inserts. You can see tiny flecks of carbon fiber pressed together to created a smooth finish. The wheels are beautifully designed to complement other parts of the vehicle that use sustainable materials. For example, the vegan interior is made using reclaimed fishing nets, recycled plastic water bottles, and upcycled t-shirts.

Fisker Ocean One Slipstream Rims with Recycled Carbon Fiber
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The 22″ F3 SlipStream wheels will sport 255/45 R22 tires made by Bridgestone. The 22″ tire will be tuned to create a sportier handling balance, consistent with the elevated performance requirements of the Fisker Ocean One and Ocean Extreme. These tires will be made at Bridgestone’s Poznan plant in Poland where they will be produced, comes from renewable sources like Magna Steyr’s CO2 neutral facility in Graz, Austria.

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