From everything we have seen, there are no regen paddles or buttons on the steering wheel. There is most likely a regen setting in the menu. This is different than the drive mode settings.(Earth/Fun/Snow&Ice/etc). We don't have a full description of all the modes at this point either.The chart shows only three drive modes and two for the Sport. However, an email I received from Fisker after I asked a question about something else, says this:
“The Fisker Ocean will have four different drive modes that will have varying levels of regenerative settings to provide a broad range of driving modes that fit your preferences.”
So don’t know if that’s old news or new news or dead wrong, but it came from Fisker.
Or, are these mentioned regeneration levels mean something different than the stated “drive modes” on the chart? I’m REALLY hoping for regen paddles like my Cadillac has, but not holding my breath… one of the top things I love about my current car.
Are you from New Jersey or New York?I'm still not sure this is how things are going to work. If the pre-order for the One starts on July 1st, why would Fisker contact you a month before? Do they give you 24 hours to decide? Or sorter or longer? Personally, I'm ready to go for the One, but my ~30k reservation makes it seem very unlikely it gets that far down the list. Stranger things have happened. I was 80th place on line at the local showroom for the Tesla Model 3 in 2016. In early 2018, I was offered the car order, one of the earliest in my state. It ended up that a lot of people were waiting for the $35k version (that eventually arrives much later).
No one knows for sure. I doubt there will be a different paint option. The 5,000 Fisker Ocean One have been pre-ordered by Fisker with Magna, and there will likely be no variation. Fisker will be able to judge the demand for the most expensive trim level once they go through the first 45,000 reservations and determine who wants to stay with the most expensive trim and who wants to downsize to the mid-level or lower trim level. Then, Fisker will be able to make a subsequent order with Magna. I’m pretty sure Fisker will prioritize the One and the Extreme trims if there are enough people who are willing to pay $19,000 more for the highest trim. So, if out of 45,000 reservation holders, 10,000 are willing to buy the One or the Extreme trim level, the first 10,000 Fisker Oceans manufactured by Magna will be 5,000 Ones and 5,000 Extremes.So quick question. I'm leaning towards the "One" and I might be in that tweener level that gets called to order. Thing is I really don't want to deal with the delicate maintenance of the matte paint color it comes with (Big Sur). If I want the "One"... am I stuck with the matte paint or can I opt out to another color like mariana? Also, besides the matte paint color, the first edition badge and larger wheels....what else differentiates the One from the Extreme?
Haha that's funny. I was actually born and raised in Pennsylvania but live in Toronto now.In the US, only those born in New Jersey and NYC stand on line. The rest of us stand in line. I’m not sure what you guys do in Canada. Queue up?
Since the start of the pandemic, we have been standing in line here in the US increasingly more.Haha that's funny. I was actually born and raised in Pennsylvania but live in Toronto now.
Yes, we often get in the queue here, or stand in queue. I still stand in line, but definitely use queue here and there.
Can you explain that? I really like that color, don’t know what you mean by delicate maintenance. Are matte colors a headache to looking nice?