Presenting the Fisker OCEAN - Interior and Exterior
he Fisker Ocean 2021 uses an approximately 80-kilowatt hour battery pack to help it achieve its promised 300-mile range. Though details like power and charge time are still murky, the company says the Ocean should be able to hit 60 miles per hour (96 kilometers per hour) in just 2.9 seconds, with the ability for buyers to choose between two- and all-wheel-drive configurations.
Inside, the Fisker Ocean takes a simplistic approach, similar to what we've seen in upcoming rivals like the Tesla Model Y and Ford Mustang Mach-E. A large touchscreen (no official measurements yet) sits front and center and a smaller screen located behind the steering wheel acts as the digital instrument cluster. There are also two wireless chargers and a head-up display – the latter, the company says, can display music lyrics while a song is playing, assuming the driver is in the mood for in-car karaoke.
The Fisker Ocean goes on sale late in 2021, but don't expect to see deliveries of the vehicle until 2022. The starting price in the U.S. is $37,499 (or $29,999 after tax credits), and interested buyers can currently place a $250 refundable deposit. Fisker will also offer a $379-per-month subscription plan closer to an on-sale date. The subscription service will be cancellable at any time with no penalties, and offer up to 30,000 miles (48,280 km) of driving per year.
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