As previously announced, Fisker expects to gradually ramp up production over the course of May and plans to build 1,400-1,700 vehicles by end of June, provided all partners deliver. The company plans to increase production further during Q3 2023 to support the delivery roll-out in the rest of its global launch markets and support its 2023 volume forecast of 32,000-36,000 vehicles.
"Consistent with our brand's commitment, we are going to give extra attention to detail on each vehicle ensuring a great customer experience, since these are built for our first volume deliveries and marketing purposes such as test drives," says CEO Henrik Fisker. "I am excited about our next customers' deliveries coming up, and we will inform our first customers shortly on timing as we are finalizing the schedule now."
Fisker is beginning to gradually ramp-up production while working with the supply chain to ensure all are capable of meeting the brand's volume and quality expectations.1 Included in the Fisker Ocean Ones to be produced in May are the first US-bound units for customer deliveries and marketing purposes, which are expected to start arriving in June.
Both the Fisker Ocean Extreme and One trims achieve a confirmed combined WLTP range of up to 707 km, which is the longest range of any battery electric SUV sold in Europe today. Fisker Ocean Extreme and One trims are expected to receive EPA range and regulatory approval and CARB Executive Order later this month.
Customers can explore the Fisker Ocean and specify their own vehicle via the Fisker website.