2022 Fisker Ocean First Look Review: Look Out Tesla
A few manufacturers have started moving away from leather to be more environmentally friendly. Fisker takes it a step further by making the entire interior vegan. Every surface is covered in recycled materials, including reclaimed fishing nets, renewed rubber, and even old t-shirts.
The piece de resistance is the 17.1-inch central, high-resolution display. It has two modes. In control mode, it operates like a standard infotainment system. Using the screen, you control all of the car’s features, including climate control, driving modes, navigation, and music. When the vehicle is parked, you can access Hollywood mode. The screen then rotates into landscape mode, which Fisker says creates an immersive viewing environment for front and rear passengers. Though it hasn’t been confirmed, the latter statement leads us to believe that you can likely connect to streaming platforms like Netflix.
Over-the-air updates will be standard on all models, while Fisker’s Hypersound is an available option. It’s a 16-speaker, 500-watt system with a massive subwoofer.
There’s also a Limo Mode that allows rear passengers to control the audio volume and the climate control system.