Last year, Fisker promised to show off its Ocean electric crossover for less than $ 40,000 as an off-the-shelf product, not a concept.
However, the cancellation of the Geneva Motor Show cast doubt on these plans. In response, the manufacturer published a video in which the Fisker Ocean electric crossover is first shown in motion. In addition, the company revealed new details about the car, raising issues of comfort and safety.
According to Fisker, Ocean will have a multi-link rear suspension that will provide the “best balance” between driving performance and comfort. An insulated subframe will help reduce vibration and noise.
Computer-controlled “active aerodynamics” will optimize airflow to the battery. The battery has side impact protection. The body of the electric vehicle is reinforced to protect the driver and passengers in the event of an accident.
In size, the Fisker Ocean resembles the Audi Q5. The crossover is driven by a 300 hp electric motor. A more powerful version will be offered, capable of accelerating from 0 to 100 km / h in less than three seconds. On one charge of a lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 80 kWh, it will be possible to travel up to 480 km.
Fisker Ocean will not go on sale until the fourth quarter of 2021. In the US, a crossover in basic equipment will cost $ 37,499, and with tax benefits – $ 29,999. However, before the fourth quarter of 2021, the start date of sales and the price may change.