Fisker Ocean Update: Accelerating Production and Delivery for an Unforgettable Summer!

Fisker Ocean One

Fisker announces exciting plans for increased production and timely delivery of all Fisker Ocean One limited edition launch vehicles.

Fisker Ocean One
Fisker Ocean One production and delivery update.

Today, Fisker gave us an update on both production and delivery of the Fisker Ocean, making it a Summer to remember! In the message, Fisker announced that they are increasing the production of Ocean One vehicles at the Magna Steyr carbon-neutral factory in Graz, Austria. The company stated that they will deliver more vehicles to North America and Europe in July and have even more plans for August. The email included our Fisker Ocean One sequence number in the upper right-hand corner.

Some customers have wondered if Fisker would deliver all limited edition launch vehicles, the Ocean One trim, by the end of September as originally stated by the company. Fisker confirmed that achieving this goal is still their aim. The company has a strong determination to complete all Ocean One deliveries by the end of September. The message expresses gratitude for customer patience and enthusiasm, emphasizing Fisker’s commitment to creating beautiful, high-quality, and environmentally-friendly vehicles. The company assures that they will keep providing updates on their progress, which we’re certain all customers greatly appreciate.

Fisker Gives Us a Reason to Celebrate This Weekend

If this wasn’t exciting enough, we have received a couple of reports this morning from Fisker Ocean One customers in Munich, Germany. Several customers informed us that Fisker called them earlier today to notify them that their Fisker Ocean One has been successfully produced. Furthermore, they said that their limited edition launch vehicle is currently in Graz, Austria at Magna Steyr, undergoing a quality check. The Fisker team expressed optimism about getting their cars out of the factory and transporting them to the Fisker Center+ in Munich later this week, which means they will deliver these vehicles in the next couple of weeks. This aligns with the progress message we received about our Fisker Ocean One, which is great news for all Fisker Ocean customers. In fact, we will celebrate this latest announcement tomorrow night with fireworks! (Happy 4th of July to everyone in the USA!!💥)

In Fisker’s Words…

Hello Sean,

Our Ocean One production is continuing to ramp-up at the carbon-neutral factory in Graz, Austria. We will be delivering more vehicles to North America and Europe in July – and even more planned for August. As previously communicated, we anticipate completing all Ocean One deliveries by the end of September.

Thank you for the patience and enthusiasm you’ve shown. We have diligently worked at ensuring our vehicles are not only beautiful and fun to drive, but also adhere to very high quality standards. We will continue to share the latest updates with you as they become available. Thank you for joining us on the road toward A Clean Future for All.

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6 thoughts on “Fisker Ocean Update: Accelerating Production and Delivery for an Unforgettable Summer!

    1. Yes, a Fisker Ocean One back in July 2022 with a Night Drive exterior, Black Abyss Plus interior, and 22″ F3b SlipStream wheels. Can’t wait for it to be delivered this summer!!

  1. Fisker should be more transparent about the causes for the late ramp up in production and deliveries. Managing expectations among their loyal customers is best achieved through being open/transparent. I am also puzzled that there are no external reviews from automotive journalists, although customer #27, the Danish guy, shared some very posive insights – answering some of the unanswered questions e.g. about ride, suspension and low noise – making comparisons to his Model Y

What are your thoughts?