Fisker Inc. (NYSE: FSR) (“Fisker”), driven by a mission to create the world’s most emotional and sustainable electric vehicles, announces that the Fisker Ocean all-electric SUV has won the iF DESIGN AWARD 2024 for “Best Electric Vehicle: SUV”, securing the highest accolade in the Automobiles category.

The iF DESIGN AWARD – renowned internationally as a coveted seal of quality – is awarded annually by iF International Forum Design GmbH, the world’s oldest independent design organization. Almost 11,000 entries from 72 countries were received in 2024.

The highly-contested Automobiles category is assessed by a world-class jury of 132 independent design experts. In the final judging round, the Fisker Ocean topped the Electric Vehicle: SUV category for its overall design idea, form, function, and impact. The all-electric SUV particularly excelled in both the Form and Function assessments,affirming its engaging design and ease of use.Henrik Fisker, Chairman and CEO, said: “We’re honored that the iF DESIGN AWARD jury has recognized the Ocean’s combination of sustainability, emotional design, and simple,intuitive SUV function. We’re proud to win this prestigious award for our Ocean embodying Fisker’s signature blend of design, innovation, and sustainability. It’s designed from the wheels up to evoke emotion and excitement, while our top focus
during the design process was on sustainability.”

Designed in California and produced to high-quality specification in a carbon-neutral plant in Europe, the Fisker Ocean is ready to disrupt the automotive world with its beautiful craftsmanship, ingenious engineering, innovation, affordability, and world-class durability.

The Ocean Extreme has a WLTP range of 439 miles / 707 km1, the longest range of any electric SUV in its segment on the European market today 2, and an EPA-estimated range of 360 miles 3, the longest range of any new electric SUV in its segment sold in the United States today 4.The Fisker Ocean Extreme has the lowest published carbon footprint of any electric SUV5, uses over 110 lbs. /50 kg. of recycled and bio-based materials, is built at a carbon-neutral facility, and integrates rooftop solar panels, adding up to 1,500 miles/2400 km per year of range 6.

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