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I know it's not an EV, but I'm surprised how similar the jaguar F-Pace and the Ocean are in dimensions and general appearance.
F-Pace 187"L x 82"W x 66"H, cargo 31.5ft3 rear seats up, 63.5-66.1ft3 rear seats down
Ocean 188"L x 78.5"W x 64.2"H

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We had the first FPace in Oregon after waiting 9 months for one. Perfect size car. We got rid of it because the stereo sucked and my wife has this thing about stereos…:rolleyes:…it’s got to rock. I know that sounds silly but it’s true. So we got a Lincoln Black Label Nautilus. Stereo is very good. But the dealership SUCKS so bad she wants her Jag back…..:cautious:, this time with the premium stereo.

IN January I put in my Fisker reservation and my wife put down a big deposit on a new 2022 FPace R-Dynamic. We still don’t have a build date yet….. you can’t even get a lot of features that are supposed to be there thanks to the global chip and salsa shortage. You cant get the 360 camera, the self park feature, the digital dash and more. And we have no idea just when they’re going to decide they want to build our car……

Thanks for posting the size and pics comparison.

Personally the Fisker Land Rover front and the E-Pace rear is what sold me on the looks!:love:
 

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I agree that the Ocean looks like the Evoque, but the evoque is very short, only 172inches long.
The Velar is a better comparison at 189"L x 84"W x 65"H.
 

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I agree that the Ocean looks like the Evoque, but the evoque is very short, only 172inches long.
The Velar is a better comparison at 189"L x 84"W x 65"H.
Yes, I think the Velar and the F-Pace are the same platform.
 

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That makes sense, both being in the JLR family. I find the Velar has a very attractive and striking road presence though. It looks bigger, longer. It may be the long hood and sweeping back end. Ill be excited to see an Ocean in person. My brain just can't imagine it as big as the Velar because the Ocean is also about the same size my neighbor's older Toyota Venza (189"x75"x63") and my Outback.
 

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That makes sense, both being in the JLR family. I find the Velar has a very attractive and striking road presence though. It looks bigger, longer. It may be the long hood and sweeping back end. Ill be excited to see an Ocean in person. My brain just can't imagine it as big as the Velar because the Ocean is also about the same size my neighbor's older Toyota Venza (189"x75"x63") and my Outback.
When I look at a Velar, it does give the impression of being longer than it really is and more stationwagoney looking.
 

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It might be the effect the wheelbase has on the appearance. The Ocean has a nearly 2" longer wheelbase than the Velar, which creates shorter overhangs. I'm no designer, but maybe this gives the appearance of a shorter vehicle because less is hanging out over the front and back axles.
 

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I was just behind and beside a Velar and it was a great size for me. It was all black and I think that made it look more proportional than the long-looking two-tone paint job I usually see. It just makes me more excited for the Ocean.
 
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