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News Fisker Ocean SUV Production Begins On November 17th, 2022

Fisker Ocean SUV Production Begins On November 17th, 2022

Fisker’s Ocean SUV production plans are official and will be executed by Magna International Inc.

  • It will be assembled at Magna’s carbon-neutral facility in Graz, Austria.

  • The Ocean SUV will be built on a Fisker modified Magna-developed electric vehicle architecture.

  • It will be priced from $37,499 before incentives.

Fisker’s plans are ambitious if mostly because it intends to deliver a premium all-electric SUV for less than $38,000. Even so, they’re on track to make all possible thanks to their now-official binding manufacturing agreement with non-other than Magna International Inc.

2023 Fisker Ocean | Photo: Fisker

Production of the captivating 2023 Fisker Ocean SUV will begin November 17th, 2022 at Magna’s own carbon-neutral facility in Graz, Austria. Magna has successfully assembled world-class vehicles such as the Mercedes-Benz G-Class and Jaguar I-PACE. This is a fine indicator that the Ocean will also exceed expectations when it comes to quality.

“From the start of this partnership, Fisker and Magna aligned very quickly on the importance of delivering a high-quality vehicle on time,” said Fisker Chairman and CEO, Henrik Fisker. “We continue to strengthen our partnership beyond platform development and manufacturing into areas such as the development of Fisker Intelligent (FI) Pilot. I am very confident Fisker and Magna will deliver an incredible product to our customers.”

Fisker Ocean | Photo: Fisker

The agreement between the two brands covers planned volumes, manufacturing costs and quality metrics over the program’s lifecycle through 2029.

“Our asset-lite model, reinforced by partners like Magna, is powering Fisker towards its planned delivery of the Ocean with features and functions exceeding our original aspirations,” continued Mr. Fisker. “From our co-located manufacturing team in Austria to our software engineers in San Francisco, Fisker is scaling rapidly to deliver a range of world-class, sustainable products and services.”

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