Fisker’s Ocean electric SUV will sell for $37,499, include Karaoke mode

American automaker Fisker provided more details on the price of its upcoming Ocean electric SUV, and unveiled new features such as a karaoke mode.

Fisker released new information on the Ocean in Las Vegas, which hosts the Consumer Electronics Show this week.

The Ocean SUV will be available for $37,499. After a U.S. federal tax credit is applied, the price of the vehicle drops to $29,999, the company said.

Fisker will also offer flexible leasing to allow consumers to keep the vehicle as long as they want. You can reserve an Ocean SUV for $250.

“Fisker is the world’s first all-digital car company,” said chairman and CEO Henrik Fisker in a statement. “We are producing electric vehicles with an increased sense of sustainability, while creating an immersive experience built around our mobile platform.”

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Fisker is also working on an electric sedan with self-driving features called EMotion and an autonomous electric shuttle called Orbit. (Photo: Fisker)

Consumers will be able to manage paying their car or scheduling maintenance appointments through Fisker’s app. The company says instead of drivers bringing their car to a shop to get maintenance, the automaker “will pick up and return vehicles when maintenance is required, or service is requested.”

The SUV will also boast a Karaoke feature using the car’s heads-up display and synched with Fisker’s app. It will include a “California Mode,” where the vehicle’s nine glass windows and panels lower or slide to create “an open-air feeling, while still maintaining a full ‘roll cage’ safety structure around the passengers.”

The Ocean will also include a vegan interior and full-length solar roof. It will house an 80 kWh lithium-ion battery pack with a driving range of 250 to 300 miles.

Dalvin Brown contributed to this report. Follow Brett Molina on Twitter: @brettmolina23.

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