American Company Fisker has disclosed the news of upcoming electric SUV will be named as ‘Ocean’ and it will be revealed in production-ready guise on January 4, 2020.
The start-up claims to have designed the world’s most endurable vehicle, with recycled, vegan and other natural products used throughout.
Final price, features and performance details will be described when order books for the new model open on November 27, 2019, with full-scale manufacturing set to get underway at the end of 2021.
Watch: Features and Facilities offered by Fisker Ocean
The Fisker ocean has officially been called as the follow-up to the electric start-up’s ‘emotion’ car, which was initially revealed in 2017. the compact SUV’s sleek exterior is topped off with lightweight solar panels that line the roof. capacity to generate 1,000 clean, free miles to complement its dual motor, 80 kWh battery pack, and help to achieve over 480 km of range.
Like the Model Tesla Y, the Ocean will range from less than $40,000 (Rs 28 lakh) in the US.
It features what the firm calls “Mindblowing design touches that have been traditionally opted for supercars in the past”.
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Fisker also features that the SUV’s interior will offer class-leading space, a huge head-up display, and a brilliant user interface.
Apart from this, the Fisker Company is also working on a solid-state battery technology, which it says will allow future vehicles to gain 805km worth of charge in less than one minute.
The company’s American-Danish founder, Henrik Fisker, recently revealed that the manufacturing model will only be available via a ‘flexible lease’ plan internationally, with no long-term contract essential.
It has now emerged that this plan will operate through a bespoke smartphone app that will allow owners to book servicing and repair maintenance visits as well.
Fisker Inc. was formed in 2016, succeeding the bankrupted Fisker Automotive that launched the Karma range-extender electric luxury sedan – now re-engineered and on sale as the Karma Revero – in 2011.