Fisker’s EV Crossover Is Coming In Late November, And It’s Called The Ocean

It will debut in late November

The Fisker Ocean (sort of) looks like a Range Rover Evoque. [Photos: Fisker]

The Fisker Ocean EV crossover will debut in late November.

The Fisker Ocean is a new offering from the designer/automaker who brought us the original Fisker Karma. Introduced in 2011, the Karma had a short production run. Rather than a pure battery-powered car, the Karma is a range extended EV. In other words, it’s still an electric vehicle, but with a range-extending generator. The original company that produced the Karma folded, and its founder relaunched the company in 2016 as the “Fisker Inc.” we know now. This time around, the Fisker Ocean is purely an all-electric vehicle. No gas generator.

A closer look at Fisker’s new nose.

According to Fisker, the Ocean will debut on November 27th. Those who wish to reserve the vehicle can do so then. Production is expected to begin during the fourth quarter of 2021.

Check out that solar roof.

Tesla Model X challenger

According to the announcement, the Fisker Ocean is expected to have a 250 to 300-mile range. Power comes from an 80 kWh battery and there should be multiple motors. There are some obvious high-tech components that look interesting. The see-through solar roof looks intreating and according to Fisker, it can add up to 1,000 miles of range to the vehicle per year.

The back of the Fisker Ocean looks a lot like something Alfa Romeo, Jaguar or Maserati would design.

For those of you who want to keep clear of leather and other animal pelts, the interior of the Fisker Ocean is a recycler’s delight. Recycled materials make up interior textures. The surfaces are 100% polycarbonate polyurethane with 100% reinforced rayon backing.

It’s been awhile since we’ve gotten to drive a Fisker. Here’s an old video with Roman covering the Fisker Karma.