This pre-production Ocean looks incredibly fantastic with the 22″ SlipStream wheels in black and the magnificent Blue Sur Blue finish. Numerous design cues from Jaguar and Range Rover are there, but I find the Ocean to be more appealing. The Ocean fits exactly into this category of electric vehicles, but it offers more upscale and environmentally friendly materials. The Ocean is comparable in size to the Ford Mustang Mach-E, Jaguar I-PACE, Audi Q4 e-tron, and regularly sized e-tron as well as the VW ID.4.
The Fisker’s interior is as impressive. The name of this hue is MaliBlu. The Ocean’s interior, including the seats, steering wheel, and all touch points, felt like a great value for the amount Fisker is asking. Everything had a premium feel and belonged to the market that the Ocean is targeting for Fisker.
I was unable to test any of the Fisker’s software or screens. The Revolve Screen, however, is the Fisker’s main party trick. You can rotate it either horizontally or vertically by pressing a button. It’s fantastic that Fisker is allowing the driver or passenger to swivel the screen whatever they like. Another party trick is California Mode, which lets you pull down every window, even the one in the back, making it easier for air to enter the car.
The Fisker Ocean will begin production in the latter half of 2022 or the first quarter of 2023. The Fisker Ocean should therefore be included on your list of viable automobiles, right? Watch our video to learn more about my thoughts so far on the Fisker Ocean!
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