Fisker Ocean turns into a convertible with California Mode

Fisker Ocean, which will end its long-lasting expectation with the introduction on January 4 at CES 2020 in Las Vegas, has already achieved momentum in the electric car market. Fisker continues to gradually reveal images and features of its electric SUV.

The American company recently announced the nature of the long-announced California Mode, with which the firm promises the sensations of a convertible. Following the information on the official twitter of the American automaker, this function represents the opening of all windows – roll back two roof panels, six side windows, and the rear hatch’s glass – with the click of a button. This, according to the creators of the crossover, will allow the driver and passenger to get the thrill of riding in a convertible.

As it became known earlier, the Fisker electric crossover will be made in a futuristic design, and its cost will be less than $40,000. Equipped with two electric motors, the Fisker Ocean will have an all-wheel-drive and an 80 kWh battery, allowing it to travel around 300 miles (480 km) on a single charge.

Among the technical features of this model are mentioned – a photovoltaic roof, a large projection display, and interior of the car made of recycled materials from the ocean.


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