This automaker is trying to get rid of its latest electric SUVs with a ridiculous price tag

This automaker is trying to get rid of its latest electric SUVs with a ridiculous price tag
This automaker is trying to get rid of its latest electric SUVs with a ridiculous price tag

Declared bankrupt since June 17, 2024, Fisker is trying to get rid of its last electric models before closing the shop for good. 3,321 units of the Ocean could be sold for just $14,000.

When the Fisker Ocean arrived on the market in 2023, its price was 64,590 euros in the top-of-the-range Extreme version. Following the difficulties encountered by the brand, the price of this variant fell to 43,590 euros in France. Today, while it is officially declared bankrupt, the Californian company is looking to offload its last electric SUVs.

Who’s going to buy a Fisker Ocean for $14,000?

Fisker has asked a judge in the United States to approve the sale of 3,321 Oceans for $14,000 (13,000 euros). The firm wants to sell its inventory to American Lease, a New York company that specializes in leasing vehicles. That would bring the total bill to $46.25 million (43 million euros), according to the court filing.

At the end of May, the company headed by Danish Henrik Fisker had already reached an agreement with American Lease to sell 2,100 Oceans. Given the current situation, Fisker is looking to sell its entire stock. American Lease is putting its fleet at the service of taxi and VTC drivers in New York and surrounding cities.

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The major American city has been imposing new regulations since last year aimed at electrifying so-called carpooling vehicles. With its 3,321 Fisker Oceans, the New York company will be able to contribute to this transition. By purchasing the models for $14,000, it is not taking much risk. Even if they break down after a few years.

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