Fisker has reported a surge in deliveries to close out the year, marking a 300% increase in deliveries of Ocean SUVs from Q3 to Q4.
According to the Fisker’s December business update, the automaker delivered approximately 4,700 Fisker Ocean SUVs, including the first units in Canada this December. On the production side, Fisker said it built 10,142 Fisker Oceans in 2023, slightly exceeding its revised production target of 10,000 vehicles, but still well below its original estimate of 40,000 units.
Fisker said the majority of deliveries were of the Fisker Ocean One launch edition, priced at $68,999 USD.
The first Fisker Ocean delivery in Canada took place today in Ontario.
Fisker was originally planning start Canadian deliveries in September.
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Also in Q4 Fisker completed delivery of the first Fisker Ocean Sport, which took place in the UK. With the addition of Canada and the UK, Fisker is now operating in 12 markets globally.
Looking ahead to 2024, Fisker says that it has a plan to continue its growth and accelerate sales and deliveries. Part of that growth strategy will be to hold more test drive events, as the company said it noticed an uptick in sales rates in locations where they had held these events.
Fisker also plans to expand its physical footprint. In 2023 the company opened four flagship locations in 2023, and says it is now addressing delivery delays caused by a shortage of real estate in the early part of the year.
“This accomplishment represents substantial revenue, and as we accelerate our delivery pace in 2024, I am excited to see faster growth. We have a solid business with relatively low overhead and an award-winning vehicle that customers enjoy. I am looking forward to a year of new milestones and opportunities for the Fisker brand and everyone on our team,” said CEO Henrik Fisker
Investors responded positively to the news, with Fisker’s stock experiencing a significant boost, jumping around 10%.