Fisker Ocean vehicle gone Force E.  So let’s go! I mean because Fisker is launching the Fisker Ocean vehicle gone Force E. It’s a special off-road edition. Moreover intended to broaden EV market appeal. The off-road category is currently so dominated by internal combustion vehicles. Yet Fisker wants to change that.

Fisker Ocean Force E

For that Force E will also perform superbly off road. Especially with substantial ground clearance and ramp angles. Also 33-inch all-terrain tires on 20-inch reinforced wheels. Plus specialized dampers and an estimated 550 horsepower.

Fisker Force e





Titanium Underplate

Furthermore, a full-length titanium underbody plate protects the Fisker Ocean’s battery. All so the vehicle has structurally mounted front and rear skid plates. In addition, the package can even be retrofitted on the all-wheel-drive Fisker Ocean Extremes. In addition the Fisker Ocean Ultras. That’s also giving future customers an option. An option most interestingly of transforming their vehicles.





Several Mid-Trim

He added that the company recently built several mid-trim level all-wheel-drive Fisker Ocean Ultras. In addition, Fisker also produced front-wheel-drive Fisker Ocean Sports. That’s the lowest-priced trim level. I mean for testing and homologation purposes. The automaker anticipates customer delivery of those trims will start in September.

Fisker Certified in Europe

Most recently, Fisker announced a WLTP certification in Europe. That’s of up to 707 km/440 UK miles (on 20-inch wheels and tires). All for the Fisker Ocean Extreme trim level. It’s the longest of any battery-electric SUV currently on sale in the region. 

Fisker has pursued a dual homologation process for the Fisker Ocean in Europe and the US simultaneously. That’s clearly an atypical approach. I mean to adjust production and sales based on regional demand. 

Red Dot Product Design Awards

Also, the Fisker Ocean recently won the prestigious 2023 Red Dot Product Design Award for Best Electric Vehicle.

Source: Fisker Inc.

Ocean Delivery

The Ocean’s outstanding utility is further enhanced. Especially with an optional interior package of rubber floor coverings. Also includes additional grab handles, and tie-downs. The unique, lightweight roof basket is a further option.

The Force E package is under development at Fisker’s Magic Works specialty division in England. That’s under the supervision of SVP of Engineering David King. For he is a passionate rally racer in the 1980s and 1990s.

LOS ANGELES/MUNICH (April 26, 2023)

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