This Once Bankrupt Company Is Making An Affordable Tesla Cybertruck Killer And Its Quite Good


American electric vehicle manufacturer Fisker Inc. recently revealed an off-road package for its Fisker Ocean electric SUV. The all-electric Force-E package doesn’t state that directly, but it aims to transform the Fisker Ocean into an affordable Tesla Cybertruck killer. Bold ambitions, I’d say.

The off-road version of the Fisker electric SUV is already gaining attention from automotive enthusiasts all over the world. The new Force-E package administers off-road capabilities in the Fisker Ocean SUV. And analysts aren’t hesitant to compare it to the Tesla Cybertruck.

The Force-E package, as the company says, is an “extreme off-road” modification set for the Fisker Ocean electric SUV.

The base model of the Fisker Ocean electric SUV can deliver more than 300 horsepower with an All-Wheel-Drive powertrain. However, according to Forbes, the new Force-E package will add more torque to the off-road SUV.

Images on social media also suggest a major exterior overhaul for Force-E as well.

Here’s an image of the new off-roader electric SUV the company posted on their Instagram handle.–GMWIFoTS/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

The above image posted by the EV maker hints at an inbuilt water tank in the Force-E model. Most users guessed it was behind the front grill, under the number plate.

Changes In Fisker Ocean Force-E: Affordable Tesla Cybertruck Killer

Fisker Ocean Force-E gets a fresh yet similar look with several off-road modifications. The most significant ones include big knobby tires, scuff plates, and charging sockets for power tools. Additionally, the spare tire is kept on the front hood.

The off-road package also includes a new suspension designed for armored vehicles and extra tow-hooks.

Apart from this, the roof with integrated lights, the sporty front grills, water tank, and other off-road accessories all together give the Force-E a rugged look.

Range And Performance

According to official information, the Fisker Ocean electric SUV has a range of 250-300 miles. However, if equipped with the same battery pack and powertrain, the range of Force-E will be reduced, due to additional weight and bigger tires. To understand how wheel size affects battery range, click here.

In terms of power delivery, the All-Wheel-Drive powertrain can produce more than 300 HP. Furthermore, the car can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in less than 3 seconds. However, as mentioned, Force-E will have more torque.

The price for Fisker Ocean Force E is still vague. Nevertheless, the experts suggest that it would be close to $40,000.

Fisker Inc. said in a press release that its first product, Ocean EV, has already received 22,000 pre-bookings from 116 countries all over the world, most of them from North America.

In contrast, Tesla Cybertruck received more than 500,000 pre-bookings in the first three months. Fisker Inc. is hardly a four-year-old company, therefore the 22,000 pre-bookings are quite impressive. The Force-E off-road SUV is likely to receive a similarly warm reception when its bookings open.

In short, this electric SUV may not have high-end specs like the Cybertruck. Nevertheless, it’s a good option for those looking for a sporty electric truck in the budget.

Shaheer Anwar

Shaheer Anwar

Shaheer Anwar is an automotive enthusiast and writes about the latest trends happening in the industry. He covers topics related to electric and hybrid vehicles.
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