Fisker Ocean EV has reported a spike of 65% in its reservation in the past three months. The news comes straight from the founder of Fisker Automotive, Mr. Henrik Fisker, through his Twitter handle.
According to the information shared by Henrik, the electric SUV had 5,374 bookings on 13th July 2020, which has now increased to 8,871. Earlier this week, the automaker also bagged a deal for 300 EVs from ride-hailing service provider Viggo.
In addition to this, the company also announced that it’s going to establish its headquarters in Munich, Germany. It’s clear that the EV maker is planning to expand its operations in Europe as well.
Fisker Inc. is an American electric vehicle company based in California. It was founded by the Danish automotive designer Henrik Fisker.
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More About Fisker Ocean EV
Fisker Ocean EV is an electric SUV from U.S. EV maker Fisker Inc. Its makers claim that it’s the world’s most sustainable vehicle. It has a vegan interior and is made up of recycled materials, including abandoned fishing nets and plastics from the ocean.
Apart from this, there are many interesting facts about this electric SUV.
- Fisker has used in-house solid-state batteries for Ocean EV. These batteries could provide an all-electric range of 250-300 miles.
- Ocean EV will be offered with an all-wheel-drive configuration except for the base model. With this, its top-end model will be able to sprint from 0 to 60 mph in less than 3 seconds. If what Fisker says is true, then it will be quicker than GMC Hummer EV, which is capable of doing so in 3 seconds.
- The best part is that it’s super affordable, with a starting price of $37,499, and after the EV incentives, it will be around $30,000.
The company plans to start the first of its deliveries in 2022.
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