Fisker Inc’s history has been a tumultuous one, with a number of different acquisitions, models, and concepts falling to the wayside. That doesn’t mean that the promise of its platforms was any less novel, and over the past year, the company’s owner, Henrik Fisker, has taken to social media to tease its newest endeavor, the Fisker Ocean Luxury SUV.
After months of waiting, the automotive company finally shed some light on the upcoming crossover, releasing a handful of test shots and concept renders just ahead of CES 2020. Below the vehicle’s shapely hood, an 80-kilowatt hour battery pack is utilized to gift the Ocean a robust, 300-mile range, as well as an estimated 2.9-second 0-60. Both an all-wheel-drive, and two-wheel-drive variant will be available for buyers at release, complementing a handful of midrange attributions like a simplified digital instrument cluster, a head-up display, and haptic controls to keep all of your interior peripherals intuitively accessible. Additional information on the vehicle will remain shrouded until a later date; but with promising characteristics like “California Mode,” which turns the Ocean into an open-air chassis, and rumored autonomous implementation, its $37,499 price tag is looking a bit more attractive.