The Ocean will cost $37,499 in the United States, or $29,999 after tax credits. That would put it in the same league as the Tesla Model 3, which starts at $35,000. Fisker says the car will have a range of up to 300 miles on a single charge.
At a presentation livestreamed around the world (shown above), the company’s founder, Henrik Fisker, revealed that the car’s heads-up display will include the ability to show karaoke lyrics.
Sadly, the presentation didn’t include a look at what the feature would look like on the road, and there was no music playing, so all we got was Fisker and a car full of people awkwardly singing “Hotel California” sans instrumentals. It was … not great.
Inside, the Ocean is a little more busy than the Model 3. Under the display, on the center console, are five haptic buttons, which let drivers search, return to the home screen, and control the fan speed, temperature, and volume in the car.
If future Ocean owners have car trouble, they won’t be able to pop the hood. That’s because it’s fixed in place. The company says that doing away with latches and other complicated parts makes production easier.
Fisker says the Ocean will ship to customers in 2022. Of course, as Tesla’s production woes demonstrated, these things don’t always go according to plan.