Fisker Accepting Extreme Orders, PEAR Frontend Revealed, & Red Planet in the Wild

Fisker begins taking orders for Ocean Extreme, we take a closer look at Fisker PEAR images, and provide a recap for this week in Fisker.

Today, Henrik shared a Fisker Ocean in the wild with a Red Planet exterior and 22″ F6 Vortex wheels. This tops off what was a pretty busy week for Fisker releasing earnings results and a drove of new information that took center stage. Fisker provided a business update regarding progress on the Fisker Ocean program as well as its financial performance. Henrik expressed confidence in the company’s future prospects with some pretty big updates. In Episode 17 of All-Things Fisker, we provided our big takeaways from the earnings release.

Fisker Ocean Program Updates

The company announced that it has made significant progress towards deliveries of the Fisker Ocean. Fisker shared they made progress in refining their vehicles, particularly the software, as they prepare for deliveries. The company said they are the first EV startup to homologate two continents simultaneously and have completed over 250 tests. Fisker expects deliveries to begin shortly after regulatory approval. It’s probably the number one thing we are looking forward to from the company. Also, earlier in the week, we got a glimpse of the Fisker Ocean with a Solar Orange exterior and 22″ F3b SlipStreams without covers (pictured above).

Fisker PEAR Exterior Design

Fisker PEAR frontend.

Early in the week, Fisker released new images of the Fisker PEAR. Each time they release new images, Fisker gives us a better look of the design. In fact, the renderings shared this week included more of the final exterior production design. We lightened up one of the latest images to reveal more of the frontend. What’s particularly exciting about the PEAR, Fisker is engineering the EV using new automotive specifications to achieve a base price of $29,900. Because of the price and design, it’s one of the most intriguing EVs we’ve seen to date.

The vehicle’s rear lighting comprises a seamless light strip encircling the rear window, complete with a built-in high-mounted brake light. The side profile boasts a distinctive, instantly recognizable design with a sleek, sculpted body side featuring prominent fenders that give the car a commanding, wide posture. The front lights showcase Fisker’s signature dual light bars, surrounded by cutting-edge light graphics. Additionally, the vehicle’s raised seating position lends it a greater overall height above the ground.

Henrik’s TV Appearances

Henrik appeared on CNBC and Fox Business News early in the week. While both interviews provide Fisker great brand exposure, the CNBC interview with Phil LeBeau on Squawk on the Street was the better of the two interviews. The Coast to Coast interview with Neil Cavuto focused more around the ChargePoint partnership and EV charging rather than about earnings like the CNBC interview. The big takeaway, Henrik said Fisker can ramp up production quickly with its manufacturing partner Magna Steyr. He went on to share how this is what sets Fisker’s business model apart from other EV startups.

Port of Long Beach Deliveries

Vehicle transporter carrying Fisker Oceans away from Port of Long Beach.

Something particularly exciting this week in Fisker was the confirmation of Ocean deliveries. The video clip is certainly a sight to see if you’ve never watched cars unloaded from a vehicle carrier. Fisker delivered about a dozen electric SUVs to the Port of Long Beach via the shipping vessel Poseidon Leader. The entire exterior of the Fisker Ocean electric SUVs were fully protected while being transported, down to the wheels and tires. Fisker hasn’t shared where these vehicles are headed, but they appeared to be Ocean One trims.

Fisker’s New Website

Fisker released a new version of their website this week. The updates included a new section for logged in users called ‘My Fisker’, which is an account profile management hub. The site also included a new Fisker Ocean ordering process with a price estimator, a preview of financing options, and an enhanced 3D configurator. The company promised a seamless and intuitive customer experience. The iOS app was also expected to be released on Thursday, but we haven’t seen anything new appear in the Apple App Store yet. The Android app update is expected on March 16th.

Now Accepting Extreme Orders

Fisker Ocean Extreme
Fisker Ocean Extreme.

Lastly, Fisker’s website is now showing, “Now Accepting Extreme Orders”, which is good news for anyone interested in purchasing the high-end Ocean trim. Earlier in the week, Henrik said “Now the next step is we’re going to open up for firm reservations starting with the Extreme very shortly, both in Europe and U.S., and we have a lot of people who are super excited about doing that, so they can obviously make a firm order, start putting in their colors, wheels, etc.”

Back in August 2022, Fisker opened pre-orders for US customers. At the time, the Sport and Ultra trims sold out, whereas the Extreme trim was still available for preordering when the window closed. To date, Fisker hadn’t opened up pre-ordering of the Extreme, Ultra, or Sport to any customers other than in the United States. Hopefully, Fisker shares more details about this in the coming days by making an official announcement. This should help spread awareness for Canadian and European launch markets.

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