Fisker has recently celebrated the production of its 5,000th Ocean electric SUV at Magna Steyr’s manufacturing plant located in Graz, Austria. This highlights the company’s aggressive ramp-up in production since its initiation in November 2022, a noteworthy feat considering the escalating demand for electric SUVs in the market.
In a short span of three weeks, Fisker has rolled out almost 2,000 Ocean SUVs, an uptick from the 3,123 vehicles that were assembled by the beginning of September. Aiming to satiate the growing consumer appetite for their electric SUV, Fisker anticipates escalating the customer deliveries to 300 vehicles per day as the year concludes.
In the grand scheme of things 300 vehicles daily may not sound like much, but to put this into perspective, Fisker has delivered a cumulative total of 900 customer vehicles across its launch markets in Europe and the US. The company’s commitment to scaling up production and delivery operations may finally put it on the EV map in a meaningful way.
Fisker is currently delivering the top-tier Ocean Extreme model, starting from $68,999 in the US and €69,950 in Germany. Equipped with a 113 kWh Hyper Range battery pack and a dual-motor AWD powertrain, the Ocean Extreme offers an EPA range of 579 km and a WLTP range of 708 km on standard 20-inch wheels and tires. This specification sets the Fisker Ocean Extreme as the longest-range electric SUV available in Europe today.
For those considering varied options, Fisker also offers the mid-range Ultra and entry-level Sport models. The 547 km Ocean Ultra is available at $49,999, while the 402 km Ocean Sport is priced starting at $37,499 in the US. The same vehicles in Germany are priced at €57,000 and €41,560 respectively.