Fisker Expects to Ramp Deliveries to 300 EVs Per Day

Fisker Expects to Ramp Deliveries to 300 EVs Per Day

To date, Fisker has delivered more than 900 customer vehicles in its European and U.S. launch markets.

Fisker Inc. announced that it has built 5,000 Fisker Ocean SUVs and expects to ramp deliveries of the Ocean to 300 vehicle per day later this year.

“We want to thank our customers for their patience as we have refined our delivery processes,” Chairman and CEO Henrik Fisker said. “As we complete the third quarter and move into the fourth, we are preparing to significantly increase our pace of deliveries in the U.S. and Europe. We are expanding both our teams and our physical locations, and we are targeting deliveries of 300 vehicle per day to meet strong demand for the Fisker Ocean. I’m tremendously pleased that our company has geared up to achieve these milestones.”

To date, Fisker has delivered more than 900 customer vehicles in its European and U.S. launch markets. Several hundred more are expected to be delivered this week.

The $68,999 Fisker Ocean Extreme has a 113-kWh battery pack (106 kWh usable) and an EPA range of 360 miles on standard 20-inch wheels and tires, which is the longest range of any new electric SUV in its class, according to the company.

In Europe, the Fisker Ocean Extreme has a WLTP range of 707km/440 U.K. miles on standard 20-inch wheels and tires, which is the longest range of any electric SUV sold in Europe today, according to Fisker.

The all-electric SUV starts at $37,499for the Fisker Ocean Sport trim level in the United States.

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