It’s never a dull moment covering all-things Fisker, with less than 90 days until SOP, this week we received new updates and a lot of photos.
Today, we rewind the week and review all-things Fisker. The week was centered around Fisker showcasing the all-electric Fisker Ocean at the 2022 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. For example, a lot of new photos and videos were released from the event. For instance, we published both candid and professional photos and video footage from the event.
Remember, as you review the photos and video, keep in mind this Fisker Ocean in Big Sur Blue is one of the earliest prototypes of the Fisker Ocean. Production intent vehicles will be refined. We are expecting the fit and finish to be exceptional.
In fact, Henrik Fisker is visiting Graz next month. He will take a look at the production intent Fisker Oceans rolling off the line at Magna. He let us know that earlier in the week while sending short sellers a message. Start of production for the Fisker Ocean remains on target for November 17, 2022.
Some big announcements
We received a bunch of updates from the company, including Fisker considering an increase to Fisker Ocean production in 2024 and the possibility of American manufacturing. These upcoming decisions are partly due to the US allocation of Fisker Ocean Ultra and Sport selling out earlier this month. Not to mention, the new rules around EV tax incentives here in the United States.
At the beginning of the week, Henrik gave another reason to pre-order Ocean Extreme before US President Biden signed the IRA of 2022 into law. Fisker says enthusiasm for the Fisker Ocean is high and we can see it in the reservation numbers. The company now has over 58,000 reservations for the Fisker Ocean. The company added 2k new reservations since the Q2 2022 earnings report.
New Pop-up Locations
Lastly, we received the exact time and location for the NYC pop-up location in Brooklyn a week from today. That’s right, the Fisker Ocean is making its East Coast debut. Our readers are hoping the company makes other stops on the East Coast including Boston, Philadelphia, Charlotte, Washington D.C., Atlanta, Tampa, Orlando, and Miami. Let’s wait and see where the Fisker Ocean is headed next. Until then, see you next week!
If you’re thirsty for more, make sure to check out Electric Vehicle Weekly which starts at 1PM Pacific Time later today. Jim and I will be discussing Dodge Charger Daytona SRT concept, 21 electric vehicles eligible for the tax credit for the remainder of the year, Rivian discontinuing its lowest base trim base, Ford announcing Mustang conversion to electric by 2028, and Polestar announcing they will build the Polestar 6 Roadster. Maybe we will even discuss something from This Week In Fisker.
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2 thoughts on “Less Than 90 Days, Pebble Beach, Production Intent Fisker Ocean, NYC, & Photos Galore”
do know what speeds will be available for DC fast charging? 150, 250 or 350 KW?
No, that info has not been released yet.