Friday, January 21, 2022
News Fisker Ocean Electric SUV Is Dressed Up To Go Anywhere

Fisker Ocean Electric SUV Is Dressed Up To Go Anywhere

The Fisker Ocean SUV could serve international organizations if properly equipped.

  • Official rendering includes fat off-road tires, underbody protection, roof rack and more.

  • The Fisker Ocean is expected to see production as of 2022.

  • Pricing to start at $37,499.


We supposed that most SUVs, with the proper gear, could tackle rougher roads than those of downtown Toronto or Los Angeles. The idea behind these official renderings from Fisker serves to show that the Ocean SUV would make a great environmentally friendly work tool for various international organizations.

In a conversation with Top Gear, Henrik Fisker himself said: “The low centre of gravity and wide track brings added stability and makes the Fisker Ocean a perfect clean sustainable utility vehicle, that can be used by international organizations, which needs to deploy rescue vehicles in rural areas, it can also be used as a zero-emission military version to transport military personnel, as oil is one of the largest expenses for the military.”

Fisker Ocean Electric SUV Unveiled Ahead of CES Debut

The Fisker Ocean, slated for production as of 2022, will be powered by an 80 kWh battery and deliver between 250-300 miles (400-485km) of range. Pricing for the base Ocean is set at $37,499. When asked if this hardcore Ocean was to be built, Fisker said that they will display this vehicle next year and make it available for purchase.

2022 Fisker Ocean | Photo: Fisker

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