Fisker launched in Benelux and Switzerland

The California-based electric car manufacturer Fisker has announced that it has launched in three new European markets: Belgium, the Netherlands, and Switzerland.

The company has already launched in Austria, Denmark, France, Germany, Norway, Sweden, and the United Kingdom, as well as in Canada and the United States. Deliveries of the first car, the Ocean SUV, manufactured by Magna in Austria, are underway in all regions.

“It’s incredibly exciting to expand into new European countries,” Chairman and CEO Henrik Fisker said. “Ultimately, we want to sell our vehicles worldwide, but creating a strong early presence in Europe has always been one of our highest priorities.”

Ready to be ordered

Customers of the three new launch markets can now visit country-specific websites for Belgium, the Netherlands, and Switzerland to reserve and order a Fisker Ocean. The start of deliveries in those added markets is planned for the end of September.

Belgium, the Netherlands, and Switzerland residents will have to use the same direct-sales model as customers in other European markets. “Customers in the three new launch countries will also benefit from comprehensive Fisker service and sales support,” the press release adds.

Fisker intends to follow its strategy in these new markets and establish both Fisker Lounge locations or delivery and service centers in or near major cities.

More coming

As said, Fisker’s first vehicle, the Ocean, is now being delivered in Europe and the US. Apart from ordering the Ocean, potential customers can reserve one of several forthcoming vehicles on

These include the Fisker Pear, an affordable crossover aimed at city-dwellers, and the Fisker Ronin, a super GT convertible expected to produce over 1 000 horsepower.

The Fisker Pear is expected to have a base price of $29 900 in the US, while the base price for the Fisker Ronin is expected at $385 000 in the States. Pricing for the European markets will be released later in 2023.


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