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I recognize that EV service requirements are going to be quite a bit less than ICE cars, but there will still be some service required, as well potentially new car bugs to exorcise. I understand (and appreciate) Fisker's "infrastructure-light" approach, but am curious if there's been any details on how they will be handling service and/or who they will partner with. I did see that they've partnered with Bridgestone in Europe, but not sure what the equivalent would be here. I'm in a pretty small market (Rochester, NY) and Tesla has a service center in the area, which is somewhat comforting. A full remote on-site service would be awesome, but probably not inexpensive for Fisker, and there would still be things that are better done on a lift.

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More than likely will be bridgestone/Firestone service centers. These replaced all our Express Tites in San Diego. So I am assuming bridgestone will be service center for the Oceans. However doesn't matter much as you do everything thru the Fisker App and they will pick up your car and take to service and I think they said will provide a loaner as well.
 

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Update to this. Bridgestone is CONFIRMED to be the service partner in the USA.

There are three ways to have vehicles delivered. Customers can opt for home delivery for a fee or pick up the vehicle at a specific delivery center outside a big city. For example, there will be one outside Vienna and another outside Copenhagen. Our strategy is to set up large delivery centers outside big cities to minimize costs and deliver hundreds of cars every day very quickly. The third option customers have is to pick up their vehicle at some of the Experience Center lounges that will offer that service.

For service repairs, our first line of defense is to determine if something can be done over the air. If the vehicle needs to be brought in for work, mobile technicians will be available. We’ve also partnered with large service centers, such as Bridgestone in the U.S. and Europe, and Mekonomen Group in Scandinavia.
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Update to this. Bridgestone is CONFIRMED to be the service partner in the USA.



Fisker Ocean One BEV Ready For Production (wardsauto.com)
Did Fisker slip or mean to say this lol:

Both battery packs will support charging of more than 250kW.

My question is how long can it hold more than 250kW lol.

And Bridgestone which I figured will be doing the Servicing if it needs to be brought to a shop if they can not fix it will mobile tech or a software update.
 

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Did Fisker slip or mean to say this lol:

Both battery packs will support charging of more than 250kW.

My question is how long can it hold more than 250kW lol.
If the battery can do 200 - 250 for just 10 minutes it will add around 36kwh or about 120 miles of range in 10 minutes. For many situations that will be all you need. The 10% - 80% charging curve is important for road trips. We will have to wait for that for 3rd party testing.
 
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