Today, we are 116 days away from the start of Fisker Ocean production. That means we are now less than 4 months away from the first Fisker Ocean electric vehicle to roll off the assembly line. We’re also 10 days away from getting a Fisker Ocean progress report
from the company.
However, this week in Fisker was a bit slow. You probably noticed we took a vacation in Palm Springs if you watched any of our YouTube videos
last week. During this week in Fisker, the company sent out another batch of pre-order invites
for the Fisker Ocean One.
It was long overdue, we wrote an article to get to know Magna
, the company building the Fisker Ocean. It should give you a better understanding of the company producing Fisker’s first electric vehicle. For example, did you know Magna is the world’s 4th largest automotive parts supplier?
There were also some questions about whether or not we had to select our final Fisker Ocean One configuration
. The short answer is no. We will be told by Fisker when we need to do this. We all should get to play with the new next generation configurator before then. It will have high-resolution images to help us decide between paint colors, wheels, and interior options.
Two of our favorite guest contributions this week were the Fisker Ocean Size Comparison
and Fisker Ocean key fob
. The bizarre thing about the key fob is Fisker’s site says it’s available on all trims, Fisker’s latest Press Kit says it’s only available on Ocean One and Extreme trims, and Fisker Support confirmed the latter. We hope Fisker can do an update across all their documentation to keep it fresh and up to date.
And on that note, we look forward to what’s in store next week. (Hint: new photos and videos of Henrik’s Fisker Ocean test vehicle) 🚗