Fisker Ocean – The Pope’s electric suede can be yours in 2022

Next year, the electric car Fisker Ocean will be on the market. The range is 660 km at its best. The Pope has already ordered a special version.

Fisker Ocean is now displayed in its finished exterior design at the Los Angeles Motor Show. Someone who has already ordered a car is the Pope. However, his car is a little different with standing room at the back and bulletproof windows.

The big Fisker logo is probably gone when the pope gets his car.

Common Fisher Ocean comes both as front- and four-wheel drive. The former is called Fisker Ocean Sport and has 275 horsepower, which is enough for 0-96 km / h (0-60 miles / h) in 6.9 seconds. The range is 400 km.

Those who want more power and power on all four wheels can choose the Fisker Ocean Ultra with two engines and 540 horsepower. Then the sprint goes up to 96 km / h in 3.9 seconds and the range is 547 km.

On top of the mash there are Ocean Extreme and Ocean One that have slightly different equipment. Both provide 550 horsepower and can handle 0-96 km / h in 3.6 seconds. The range is 560 km.

It is possible to extra equipment Fisker Ocean with a solar cell roof that at best should provide up to 3,200 km extra range per year. The car has both V2L and V2G, the former means that the car can charge appliances and electric bikes and more.

V2G means that the car can send electricity back to the mains to balance the consumption in a home. For example, when you come home from work and have to start a stove, air conditioner, washing machine and the like while the electricity price is at its highest.

Production will start in a year, on November 17, 2022, at Magna Steyr in Graz, Austria, where a number of different models from BMW, Mercedes, Jaguar and even Toyota (though only the sports car Supra) are also manufactured.

What the interior looks like will be revealed at a later time.

At the touch of a button, all windows except the windshield can go down to ventilate and give an open feeling.

Wonderful with Danish car design!

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