Fisker Ocean debuts November 17, touts amazing interior, central screen

Fisker unveiled the all-electric Ocean SUV in January 2020 at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. However, that was more along the lines of a concept car and now we get to find out we’ll have to wait until November to see the production version at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The reveal was made by Henrik Fisker on Twitter where he used some big words the describe the interior cabin of his upcoming EV.

Per the company’s head honcho, the electric crossover will boast an “absolutely amazing interior,” one that will incorporate “the most amazing center screen and user interface.” However, it’s worth mentioning the Ocean won’t enter production until the final quarter of 2022, which means early adopters are in for a long wait.

Due to be manufactured in Austria by Magna Steyr, the Fisker Ocean promises to offer a maximum range of 300 miles and carry a starting price of $37,499 before any applicable EV-related incentives). It’s certainly an attractive price, one that has lured in 17,300 customers who have made paid reservations, on top of 62,000 people who have expressed an interest in buying the electric crossover. Aside from having paid reservations from future individual owners, the firm has taken fleet orders from the likes of Credit Agricole Consumer Finance, Onto, and Viggo.

As a refresher, the Ocean (and its solar roof) will come in a range-topping version featuring an all-wheel-drive system courtesy of dual electric motors delivering a combined output of more than 536 horsepower (400 kilowatts). It will slot above the entry-level 302-hp configuration and both will use an aluminum-intensive platform developed by Magna Steyr.

In order to support the Ocean’s rollout, the company plans to inaugurate six Fisker Brand Experience Centers, with the first ones to be opened early next year in Munich and Los Angeles. The remaining four will be located in London, Miami, Copenhagen, and New York during the latter half of 2022.

Source: Henrik Fisker / Twitter

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