After the U.S. federal tax credit is applied, the cost of the Fisker Ocean starts at just $29,999, and it’s no slouch. Unlike other electric vehicles, this one has a full-length solar roof, which supports the car’s electric power source, all the while boosting fuel efficiency and lowering carbon dioxide emissions, thus resulting in 1000 free, clean miles per year. Read more for the official unveiling video and additional information.
There’s also a patented “California Mode” that lowers/slides nine glass windows/panels to open the entire cabin with one touch, resulting in an open-air feeling, while still maintaining a full “roll cage” safety structure around the passengers. This feature adds functional utility by allowing the rear hatch glass to drop, which allows long items to be placed through the opening without having to drive with an open tail gate. Production is set to begin in 2021, with deliveries slate for 2022.
We have secured a global supply chain and manufacturing capacity that will result in projected production of more than 1 million vehicles between 2022 and 2027. We look forward to sharing even more details at the Geneva Motor Show 2020 – including our fully-engineered platform and more technical specification,” said Henrik Fisker, chairman and CEO.