Good news for those of you who put down money on a new Fisker Ocean One; the company said today most deliveries will be completed in Canada by the end of September.
The California-based EV upstart, led by long-time car designer Henrik Fisker, outlined its strategy for Canada today in a release. While the automaker doesn’t say exactly how many Canadians ordered the first-edition Ocean, it did say it expects full homologation of the vehicle to happen by September 7.
Not only that, but Fisker will also open retail and service centres in Vancouver and Toronto, the company’s largest source of customers. It also plans mobile service with Fisker-trained technicians, and consumer financing through Scotiabank.
“We have strong reservations and a solid bank of orders for the Fisker Ocean in Canada,” Chairman and CEO Henrik Fisker said in the statement. “We have always planned to reach customers throughout North America and are excited to be completing that strategy. And we are especially grateful for the patience of our future Canadian owners as we have ramped up our business in 2023.”
If you’re curious about the Fisker Ocean, the company plans pop-up test-drive events in Vancouver and Toronto in September, with more events to follow through fall.
Fisker has already started deliveries of the Ocean One in Europe and the US; the company also recently outlined plans for a future lineup of all-electric vehicles, including the Pear small SUV, the Alaska pickup and the Ronin four-door GT.