The electric carmaker has confirmed the name, as well as the design of the front and rear ends, of its new car.
CarAdvice, By Derek Fung
© Image Credit by Derek Fung / CarAdvice | Fisker Ocean: Affordable electric crossover revealed

The Fisker Ocean has been partially revealed ahead of the full debut of a "production-intent" prototype in January 2020.
Measuring 4640mm long, the Ocean features thin head- and tail-light units, a broad stance, flush-fitting pop-out door handles, and a stepped side window line.
The standard drivetrain will include an 80kWh battery pack, which has a range rating of between 400 and 480 kilometers using the US EPA's methodology.
An available full-length solar roof can recharge the car's main battery pack, and in optimal conditions can provide up to 1600km of emissions- and cost-free driving.
To bolster the car's green credentials, the Ocean will have a vegan-friendly interior, as well as nylon carpets made from abandoned fishing net waste, and eco-suede with polyester fibers derived from recycled t-shirts, bottles and fabric.
The company says it will also use discarded rubber waste from tire manufacturing.
This article was originally published by CarAdvice.
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