A wallet-friendly version of the Fisker Ocean debuted at CES earlier this year. Now, the company is teasing an off-road variant of the model via founder Henrik Fisker’s Twitter feed.
With flared fenders, cladding, a shovel out back, a roof rack, and a tire on the hood, the Fisker Ocean is a proper rugged-looking SUV.
Fisker has teased the vehicle as being adventure-ready.Photo courtesy of Fisker Automotive
How capable is it? In truth we really don’t know.
The model is powered by an 80-kWh battery and will go around 300 miles on a full charge. All-wheel drive is available on all but the base model.
Much off-roading prowess comes down to the ability of the vehicle’s tires and the driver. But hey, if the Subaru Crosstrek Hybrid, which is a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle, can be considered off-road ready, why can’t the Ocean?
The Fisker Ocean is on sale via the Fisker app and is slated to go into production in mid-2021. It is priced to start at $37,500 before any tax incentives.
Fisker recently tweeted, then deleted an image of what appeared to be a truck, named the Fisker Alaska.