Electric vehicle (EV) startup Fisker has delivered its first Ocean SUV almost six months after production began.
This handover of the Fisker Ocean One launch edition model took place at the Fisker Centre+ facility in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The car had 22-inch ‘AirGlider’ black alloy wheels, was finished in Great White exterior paint, and also had a Sea Salt interior with white Alcantara upholstery.
Dubbed as the “world’s most emotional and sustainable electric vehicle”, the Fisker Ocean was first unveiled in November 2021.
Production commenced in November 2022 by contract manufacturer Magna-Steyr at a carbon-neutral factory in Graz, Austria.
As previously reported, Fisker aims to produce a total of 42,400 units by the end of 2023. It says it already has 63,000 reservations.
The entire Fisker Ocean range has batteries that are provided by Chinese giant CATL.
Lithium iron phosphate (LFP) batteries provide a range of up to 439km according to WLTP testing on the Ocean Sport, while nickel-manganese cobalt (NMC) batteries provide 609km of WLTP range in the Ultra, and 707km in the Extreme and One.
The One uses a 113kWh battery.
The entry Sport features a single front-mounted electric motor producing 205kW of power, while the Ultra, Extreme, and One all have a dual-motor all-wheel drive system with 410kW.
Fisker claims the Ocean Extreme and Ocean One can do the 0-100 km/h sprint in 4.0 seconds. Flat out you’ll be doing 205km/h.
The Fisker Ocean measures in at 4774mm long, 1982mm wide, and up to 1654mm tall, with a 2921mm wheelbase. This makes it roughly the same size as the Mitsubishi Outlander.
The electric SUV is manufactured from more than 50kg of “recycled, biodegradable, and overall eco-conscious materials” and a completely vegan five-passenger interior made from recycled materials such as fishing nets, old t-shirts, and renewed rubber.
All models have a 17.1-inch rotating screen that can be put into landscape mode when parked for movie viewing or gaming, as well as over-the-air (OTA) updates for continued software improvements.
Pricing in the UK opens with the Ocean Sport at £35,970 (~A$67,000), and extends to £60,880 (~A$114,000) for the Ocean Extreme and Ocean One.
Although Fisker has confirmed it will produce the Ocean in right-hand drive for the UK, it has yet to officially confirmed any Australian launch plans.