We Talked To Henrik Fisker At The Goodwood Festival Of Speed 2022


The most memorable part of the Goodwood Festival of Speed last week wasn't one of the automobiles.

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But my conversation with Henrik Fisker who took me through his Ocean electric SUV.

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He gave me details on two new models coming out that are affordable: the Pear and the more sporty Ronin 4-door convertible.

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The main topic of discussion included our discussion of the Ocean model, which is scheduled to begin production in November this year.

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It will be made by Magna-Steyr, a company based in Austria and, given the manufacturer's history the expected quality is likely to be high.

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I was unable to see the prototype that was on display, as they claimed they didn't reveal it in Goodwood.

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Another aspect Henrik Fisker was keen to highlight regarding his new Ocean is that the Ocean would have what he believes to be the largest amount of recycled materials.

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It weighs 110 pounds or 50 kilograms according to him is greater than other vehicles in the market.

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