Frequently Asked Questions

When will detailed specifications be released?

Fisker has released certain specifications that can be accessed here on our website. More details on specifications will be released in 2021.
What colors and trim levels will you have available?

Details on colors and trim package specifications will be released in 2021.
When can I specify the color and trim of my reserved Fisker Ocean?

We will open specification windows on the Fisker Flexee App and Fisker’s website in 2021. Priority on specifying a Fisker Ocean for delivery will be given to existing reservation holders, in sequential order of reservation.
What is the 0-60 time of the car?

Details on 0-60 times will be released in 2021.
What is the horsepower of the Fisker Ocean?
Will the Fisker Ocean be 2WD or 4WD?

The base Fisker Ocean will be rear-wheel drive and performance numbers will be announced in 2021. The four-wheel drive configuration will deliver an output of over 225 kW (over 300hp). A limited-edition high-performance version targeting zero to 60mph in less than 3 seconds with a total power output to be announced in 2021.
What are the specifications of the electric motors?

More detailed specifications will be released in 2021.
How will the Fisker Ocean handle in the snow?

The Fisker Ocean will handle exceptionally well in snow conditions due to its low center of gravity. The zero RPM max torque capability of EVs, coupled with 4WD and state-of-the-art traction control makes the Fisker Ocean an ideal all-terrain and all-weather vehicle.
Will you offer a right-hand drive version?

The Fisker Ocean will be a globally-certified vehicle and available in both right-hand drive and left-hand drive configurations from 2022 onwards.
What is the EPA mileage of the Fisker Ocean?

EPA figures will be released in 2021.
Will there be a third-row seating option?

Yes. One of the benefits of our new FM29 platform will be to offer a third-row seating option. The Fisker Ocean is already designed to fit five adults comfortably in the first two rows.
What is the interior leg room?

More detailed specifications will be released in 2021.
Will you have a tow bar and what’s the towing capacity of the Fisker Ocean?

Yes, the Fisker Ocean will have a tow bar option. More information on towing capacity and other detailed technical specifications will be released in 2021.
Will you have roof rail options?

Yes, the Fisker Ocean will come with roof rail options. More information on detailed technical specifications will be released in 2021.
Which wheels come as standard?

The base model will feature stylishly designed 20-inch wheels, with 22-inch wheel options for an even larger presence on and off the road.
What is the ground clearance, and is this adjustable?

More information on ground clearance, ride height and other detailed technical specifications will be released in 2021.
Will the Fisker Ocean have Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality?

Yes.
Will you have a special sound system (branded or in-house)?

More information on audio features and options and other detailed technical specifications will be released in 2021.
How many speakers / subwoofers?

More information on audio features and options and other detailed technical specifications will be released in 2021.
What is California Mode?

This patented feature, inspired by the Fisker brand’s roots and passion for the Southern California coastline, lowers/slides nine glass windows/panels to open the entire cabin with one touch – creating an open-air feeling, while still maintaining a full “roll cage” safety structure around the passengers. The feature allows the rear hatch glass to drop – enabling long items to be placed through the opening without having to drive with an open tail gate. Fisker will offer this feature as standard across all option packages, except the base model.
What kind of screens and displays are in the Fisker Ocean?

A state-of-the-art heads-up display integrated into the windshield will be complemented by a large 16-inch center touch screen and a 9.8-inch cluster screen. From augmented reality features to haptic touch buttons and immersive digital experiences, the vehicle offers impressive visuals all around.
Can the air vents be adjusted manually like standard cars?

Yes.
Will the Fisker Ocean have autonomous driving features?

Yes. Exact specifications will be released in 2021.
What does the World’s Most Sustainable Vehicle actually mean?

Fisker Inc. believes that the industry should stop looking at innovation superficially and start taking responsibility for its products, end-to-end – giving customers the opportunity to contribute to a more sustainable future. Some of the Fisker Ocean’s features include (not limited to):
  • Full-length solar roof:
    • Supporting the car’s electric power source, boosting fuel efficiency and lowering carbon dioxide emissions. Result: 1000 free, clean miles per year.
    • As the technology evolves, Fisker will feature integrated hardware solutions for better energy yields and more free, clean miles per year.
  • Fully recycled carpeting:
    • Made from regenerated nylon, which is made from abandoned fishing net waste – pulled from the oceans and aquaculture.
  • Vegan interior:
    • 100% Polycarbonate Polyurethane surfaces and 100% reinforced Rayon backing.
    • Meets stringent chemical emission limits for various VOCs (such as Formaldehyde).
  • Eco-suede: interior textures and patterns: 
    • Dinamica: Derived from polyester fibers (T-shirts, fibers), recycled bottles and plastic.
    • Recycling polyester means reducing energy consumption and CO2 emissions into the atmosphere by 80% compared to the traditional petrol-based polyester production process. 
    • Eco-sustainability, as well as the lowest levels of polluting emissions and energy consumption, are guaranteed throughout the whole production cycle.
  • Repurposing rubber waste:
    • Fisker will utilize discarded rubber waste generated during tire manufacturing that will no longer be dumped in landfills.
    • Recycling saves impressive amounts of energy, which ultimately reduces greenhouse gas emissions.