Details of Fisker’s new sports-utility vehicle (SUV) – the Ocean – have been making rounds over the past few days, ahead of the EV’s formal appearance at CES 2020 this week. People have heard about California Mode, the Electrify America partnership, and the sub-$400 lease price.
However, to expand upon that last point, Fisker formally revealed final pricing for the Ocean on Sunday, and it’ll underpin several other EVs — together with the Tesla Model 3.
The beginning MSRP of the brand new Fisker Ocean will be $37,499.
The beginning MSRP of the new Fisker Ocean shall be $37,499. Factor in the tax credit, and that price falls to $29,999. The orders are open now through the Fisker mobile app and the company’s website, with an advance $250 reservation fee.
The $250 initial value applies to the full-purchase option as well as the lease contract, the latter of which costs $379 monthly, with $2,999 due at signing.
As for the lease terms, Fisker says clients “can return the vehicle in a single month, 8 months, 22 months or several years” with “no long-term agreements, with 30,000 miles per year included,” based on a statement.
Fisker will also offer insurance by its mobile application, and car maintenance will all be dealt with through the auto manufacturer
Fisker boats the Ocean “the world’s most sustainable car,” with its full-length solar roof, recycled carpeting, vegan interior, and “eco-suede” interior textiles.
The corporate says it should further “utilize discarded rubber waste generated during tire manufacturing that can no longer be dumped in landfills,” although it’s unclear precisely what that involves.