Fisker Ocean will receive a special version for rescuers and the militaryApril 14, 2020
A new version of the SUV will be created for extreme conditions.
For those looking for an extreme off-road electric vehicle that is durable enough for military use, the American startup has developed a special package of options for its Fisker Ocean SUV. This version is suitable for off-road rescue and military applications.
The package of improvements was called Force E (Force Electric), and it seems that it will be designed for rescue vehicles, the movement of military personnel at military bases, police cars, municipalities and international organizations (such as the UN or the Red Cross). Force E will be offered as a secondary package, and Fisker promises that more information will be presented in 2021, when the company will present a working prototype of Force E. It will be available only in an all-wheel drive car and will have about 300 hp. A more productive version is also planned.
The Force E’s unique list of features will include an upgraded and raised suspension, rims and off-road tires, additional front lights in the lower bumper, a front light protection panel, additional front towing hooks, a lower front protective cover, a roof rack with integrated lighting, a rear hatch, power supply, a full spare tire is built into the hood, a large tank with drinking water, a different interior decoration and more.
Note that the Fisker Ocean SUV has not yet entered production and specialists hope that this will take place at the end of 2021. The company claims that more than 22,000 people from 116 countries “showed interest” in the SUV, and most of them paid residents from North America.
Fisker will initially offer Ocean in North America and Europe, with an initial MSRP priced at $ 37,499. There will be four different options for the package, which brand representatives promised to describe in detail in the fourth quarter of 2020.
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