The highly anticipated Fisker Ocean will be officially unveiled to the world next month, at CES in Las Vegas (which commences on January 7th).
Also, today Fisker revealed the mid-sized EUV’s ‘California Mode’ (see bottom photo) which is “Fisker patented”. Nothing too special, but it still cleverly makes use of the vehicles smart folding window setup (which even allows for the boot-lid window to be rolled down).
The EUV is set to start at “under $40,000” and aims to deliver a 300 mile (482km) driving range. Fisker, who are leading the development of solid-state batteries, hope such tech will feature on the Ocean – although it likely won’t be ready in time for the car’s scheduled 2021 production date (hence lithium batteries will probably be used initially).
The Ocean is set to go head-to-head with a new slew of fully electric mid-sized and small SUVs // crossovers that includes Tesla’s upcoming Model Y as well as the Volvo XC40 Recharge and the Volkswagen ID.4 (which we reported on yesterday). Which of those 4 would you rather have, or would you prefer to save $5,000 or so and go for a Hyundai Kona or Kia Niro EV? Feel free to let us know in the replies section below!