Fisker introduced that Viggo, the Danish ride-hailing firm based in 2019, has positioned an order for 300 Fisker Ocean electrical automobiles.

It is the biggest single order for the Ocean to this point, in response to the corporate, though we do not know the main points, whether or not it is an order or only a reservation or MoU settlement.

Slightly unusual to us is {that a} younger firm like Viggo, with at the moment solely 55 automobiles on the street (100 promised by the tip of 2020), is ordering 300 EVs from the yet-to-be-proven Fisker firm.

Anyway, the automobiles are anticipated to hitch the fleet in Denmark/Norway in This autumn 2022, which can be the date when the automobile shall be launched.

“Since founding, Viggo has constructed a community of greater than 55 (100 projected by the tip of the 12 months) electrical automobiles and delivered greater than 100,000 rides. The corporate will develop into Norway in 2021 and the 300 Fisker Ocean all-electric luxurious SUVs, to be delivered This autumn 2022, shall be a powerful a part of their Scandinavian growth. Viggo’s focus is on enterprise customers and has introduced many massive multinational firms into its buyer/person base.”

The Fisker Ocean crossover/SUV will be produced by Magna International in Europe (in Austria we guess).

Fisker Ocean specs (as of Summer time 2020, earlier than Magna deal):

  • Vary (all-electric)
    EPA: 250-300 miles (402-483 km)
  • as much as >80 kWh battery
  • 0-60 mph (96.5 km/h) in lower than three seconds
  • twin motor all-wheel drive or rear-wheel drive
  • peak system output of 225 kW (>300 hp) in AWD model
  • AC charging (on-board): N/A
  • DC quick charging: 15-80% SOC in half-hour (CCS plug, as much as 150 kW); as much as 20 miles per minute
  • 566 liters (20 cubic ft) of trunk house, the automobile presents practicality and utility. The house will increase to 708 liters (25 cubic ft) with the parcel shelf eliminated, increasing to 1,274 liters (45 cubic ft) with the rear seats folded
  • 4,640 millimeters (182.7 inches) in size, 1,930 millimeters (76 inches) in width and 1,615 millimeters (63.6 inches) in peak