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Fisker Ocean electric SUV finds a production partner – and it’s not VW

Fisker Ocean electric SUV finds a production partner – and it’s not VW

Fisker has finally found someone to build its Ocean all-electric SUV, inking a deal which the EV startup says puts it on track for production kicking off by the end of 2022. Unveiled earlier this year, the Fisker Ocean is the American automaker's take on electrifying the best-selling body style in the US, but with a price tag significantly undercutting what most luxury electric SUVs currently cost.

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Fisker looks to VW electric car tech to take on Tesla

Fisker looks to VW electric car tech to take on Tesla

Fisker may have big plans for its electric vehicles, but the automaker aims to use Volkswagen's EV platform underneath upcoming SUVs like the Ocean. Created by - and named after - former Karma founder Henrik Fisker, the automaker confirmed plans today to go public. In the process, it pulled back the curtain on some of the mysteries beneath its sheet metal.

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Fisker Ocean with Force E package is ready for the wilderness

Fisker Ocean with Force E package is ready for the wilderness

The Fisker Ocean with the Force E package is an extreme off-road version of Henrik Fisker’s hotly-anticipated all-electric SUV. The Ocean made quite a splash with its stylish looks, sustainable vegan-themed construction, and built-in solar panels in the roof. But with the Force E or Force Electric package, it transforms the Ocean from a silent boulevard cruiser to an all-conquering off-road machine.

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Fisker Ocean revealed: What you should know about the sub-$38k electric SUV

Fisker Ocean revealed: What you should know about the sub-$38k electric SUV

Fisker has confirmed pricing, production, and tech for its new Ocean EV, with the Tesla Model Y rival set to start at $37,499 in the US before the federal tax incentive. The electric SUV actually opened up for reservations back in November 2019, though at the time would-be buyers didn't quite know what they were signing up for.

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Fisker Ocean electric SUV reservations open: Solar roof and 300 mile range

Fisker Ocean electric SUV reservations open: Solar roof and 300 mile range

Fisker has thrown open the reservation books for its upcoming SUV, with the Fisker Ocean following in the tire-tracks of the Tesla Cybertruck by inviting would-be EV drivers to pin a place in line. Like the Cybertruck, however, there'll be a wait involved, with Fisker suggesting that Ocean won't actually begin production until late 2021 at the earliest.

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Fisker electric SUV to take on Model Y with sub-$40k price

Fisker electric SUV to take on Model Y with sub-$40k price

Electric car company Fisker has revealed its newest model, an EV SUV the automaker promises will start under $40,000. Taking on the Tesla Model Y, when it goes on sale in a few years time, the as-yet-unnamed SUV promises cutting-edge technology along with around 300 miles of zero-emissions range, though we still have plenty of questions.

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Fisker’s sexy EMotion EV debuts at CES 2018

Fisker’s sexy EMotion EV debuts at CES 2018

Fisker has pulled the wraps off the Emotion luxury EV at CES 2018 and the car looks fantastic. The Fisker Emotion brings with it level 4 autonomous driving and what Fisker calls the "interior of the future". The interior of the car offers individually designed seats and has "tailor-made luxury touches."

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Fisker EMotion luxury $129k self-driving EV to spill all at CES 2018

Fisker EMotion luxury $129k self-driving EV to spill all at CES 2018

Fisker's new electric car will make its official debut at CES 2018, with the Fisker EMotion promising not only zero-emissions but full autonomous driving. Preorders of the car began in June, with Fisker taking a $2,000 deposit for what's expected to be a $129k EV by the time it actually launches. However, so far potential owners have had to take a lot on faith.

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Karma Revero takes Fisker from ashes to EV reboot

Karma Revero takes Fisker from ashes to EV reboot

If at first your electric Tesla rival doesn't succeed, go bankrupt, get bought out, ditch your running gear, team with BMW on powertrains, and - if you're Karma - rebrand. Out of the ashes of the Fisker Karma, the slinky electric sedan which took plenty of federal incentives but then showed more of an inclination to set itself on fire rather than save the planet, comes the Karma Revero.

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Karma Automotive ressurrects Fisker

Karma Automotive ressurrects Fisker

The folks at Fisker Automotive and Technology Group have changed their name to Karma Automotive. After declaring bankruptcy back in November of 2013, the company was acquired in February of 2014 by the Chinese auto-parts conglomerate Wanxiang Group. Chairman and founder of the group, Lu Guanqiu, was quick to suggest that he would "put every cent that Wanxiang earns into making electric vehicles" back in May of 2014 - fast forward to September of 2015 and the company appears to be back with a whole new name.

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New Fisker Karma aims for mid-2016 launch

New Fisker Karma aims for mid-2016 launch

Troubled luxury hybrid maker Fisker is aiming to get its reborn new Karma sedan on roads by mid-2016, the company's new management have revealed. The new Karma will be based on the gas-and-electric original model Fisker Automotive began producing in 2011, though final details are yet to be confirmed. A spate of vehicle fires and underwhelming sales forced Fisker into bankruptcy in 2013, at which point it was snapped up as a relative bargain - albeit one with a history in need of some serious PR massaging - by a Chinese auto-parts maker.

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Fisker said to reboot with new Elux model, California factory

Fisker said to reboot with new Elux model, California factory

Fisker, that other high-style, high-performance electric maker that didn't quite find the same success as Tesla, is said to be planning its rebirth after being saved from bankruptcy last year. This involves building a new factory in nearly the same neighborhood as Tesla Motor's Gigafactory in Reno, Nevada, or somewhere between Los Angeles and Palm Springs. The other development involves an introduction of a proper successor to the Fisker Karma.

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