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Reservation Position related to the Ocean Sport

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tdawgtoo
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The introduction of the various Ocean models has muddied the waters a bit when it comes to understanding our reservation position. We are holding out for the Ocean Sport because that's the model originally touted in 2020.  We placed our reservation January 6th, 2020.  Is it safe to assume we'll have access to a Sport in the first 3 or 4 thousand built? Are there any online resources to help us know where we are in the queue? I am assuming some of the folks who placed reservations opted for the Ocean One or Ocean Extreme. As they drop out of the queue because they've bought their car, will that enhance our position in line?  And lastly, does Fisker assume that we are waiting for the Sport or are there any further transactions I need to do?


   
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Surfrider
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@tdawgtoo You have a great position in line, having reserved the day after the CES reveal! If you reserved on 1/6/2020, you are definitely in the first 1000 reservations, probably around 900 or so.  You can see this on the reservation chart in the Investor Relations Presentation recently updated on 6/8/2022 on the website on page 18. With so many early reservation holders choosing the One and Extreme, you should be first up on the day Ultra and Sport preorders open in Q1 2023.  Henrik has committed to making the Sport version, even if it is just a few, which you should definitely be selected to receive with such an early reservation.  When preorders open up for the Extreme on 11/18, just decline the Extreme Trim and choose the Sport Trim when you receive the invitation, if you still want that version when the time comes.

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