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Fisker Ocean Driving Footage And Detailed Specifications Released

Fisker Ocean driving, in short film “The Chase Is On”  to demonstrate the maturity of our vehicle


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Fisker is aiming to disrupt the automotive industry by challenging conventions at every turn – development time, manufacturing scale-up, customer ownership experience, vehicle financing and service.

Achieving our goals will be no small feat, but we are well on our way. We have delivered the Fisker Ocean in record time: not just another show vehicle, but a drivable production-intent prototype sitting on a fully engineered and durability tested platform, with a production-ready powertrain and battery pack. We are excited to share the first footage of the Fisker Ocean driving, in short film “The Chase Is On”  to demonstrate the maturity of our vehicle.

Suspension

We’re also excited to reveal new product features with you today. The Fisker Ocean is performance-built, utility-focused and comfort-driven. Its multi-link rear axle  simultaneously optimizes both ride and handling. The multi-link system further delivers a new level of space efficiency and class-leading interior trunk volume. In addition, the entire rear suspension is mounted on an isolated subframe – removing cabin noise and vibration. The result: superb interior comfort and refinement.

Aerodynamics

The Fisker Ocean leverages an advanced cooling LLP system where the amount of air directed to the cooling radiator is computer-regulated – resulting in maximized aerodynamic efficiency at any given point in time. The vehicle’s battery also operates at the optimal temperature within the most aerodynamic body, producing the highest range possible from a single charge while ensuring that the battery life is maximized.

Safety

Safety is paramount, especially in a family SUV, so the Fisker Ocean features a unique, industry-leading structure that protects the battery pack in the event of a side impact. Extra reinforcements have also been added to the body structure to protect passengers and the overall vehicle in the event of an impact. Intelligent materials create an SUV with the lowest possible weight, while guaranteeing the highest levels of safety and the maximum possible range.

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