Get ready for the emissions-free apocalypse.
Earlier this month, Fisker teased a hardcore version of its upcoming all-electric Ocean SUV. Although just a single rearview image was released, it was more than enough to spark our interest. And now the full reveal is here. Meet the Fisker Ocean Force-E, based on the regular Fisker Ocean, only this one is ready to get you through the apocalypse emissions-free. And yes, it appears Fisker will offer this as an optional off-road package for Oceans equipped with all-wheel drive.
At present, Tesla currently has no answer for it. The hardcore EV SUV market is wide open for the taking and Fisker is going for it.
Force-E, of course, stands for Force Electric and the package offers a number of off-road essentials, including an upgraded and raised suspension, off-road wheels and tires, additional front lights in the lower bumper, front light protective bar, front tow hooks, roof rack with integrated lights, a full spare tire, rear hatch pool, lower front protective scuff plate, and a more rugged-looking and durable interior. Heck, there's even a large drinking water tank with a tap located in the drunk. Fisker didn't go into detail regarding those interior upgrades.
There's no doubt off-roading enthusiasts will find this very interesting but Fisker is also interested in selling the Force-E to fleets to serve as a rescue vehicle. Even a zero-emission military-spec version is said to be possible.
Fisker says the Ocean will be available with four different packages and the Force-E is the first to be revealed. Full details regarding the remaining three will be revealed in the fourth quarter of this year. We don't know whether or not it'll be immediately available when the base Ocean launches.
Speaking of which, Fisker aims to begin Ocean production in late 2021, but this could change because of the current pandemic. Pricing will begin at a very reasonable $37,499 for the base RWD Ocean. There will also be an option to lease with prices starting at $379 a month with a $2,999 down payment. Supposedly, the lease won't have a fixed amount of time but there will be an impressive 30,000-mile yearly limit and no time limit on the warranty.