Fisker Inc. – designer and manufacturer eco-friendly electric vehicles and advanced mobility solutions – announced that the Fisker Ocean all-electric luxury SUV will make its public debut at Consumer Electronics Show 2020 in Las Vegas.
On the heels of the latest news surrounding the sustainable vehicle and reservations opening worldwide, Fisker is also revealing its unique partnership with Electrify America, the largest, open DC Fast charging network for EVs in the United States. Drivers will enjoy a frictionless charging experience and more than 200 miles of range from 30 minutes of charging. The two companies are also working together on further reducing charge times without compromising battery life.
Fisker will offer a free miles package with each vehicle, allowing for a certain amount of complimentary charging. Additional details on charging packages will be shared later in 2020.
Electrify America expects to install, or have under development, approximately 800 total charging station sites with about 3,500 chargers by December 2021. During this period, the company will be expanding to 29 metros and 45 states, including two cross-country routes, delivering on its commitment to support increased Zero-Emission Vehicle (ZEV) adoption with a network that is comprehensive, technologically advanced and customer friendly.
Additionally, Fisker Ocean reservation holders will soon have access to an exclusive video that illustrates the vehicle’s unique new “California Mode” open-air feature – via the Fisker Flexee mobile app on the App Store and Google Play store.
The patent pending “California Mode” feature will be standard on all trim levels, except the base version, allowing passengers to experience the sun, fresh air, and an open feeling without being in a convertible.
Reservation holders will be given an exclusive first look at California Mode. A video will soon be revealed through the Fisker Flexee mobile app next week.
The Fisker Ocean is targeted to begin production at the end of 2021 – with the first high-volume deliveries projected for 2022.
Originally posted on Fleet Forward