Force-E, of course, stands for Force Electric and the package offers a number of off-road essentials, including an upgraded and raised suspension, off-road wheels and tires, additional front lights in the lower bumper, front light protective bar, front tow hooks, roof rack with integrated lights, a full spare tire, rear hatch pool, lower front protective scuff plate, and a more rugged-looking and durable interior. Heck, there’s even a large drinking water tank with a tap located in the drunk. Fisker didn’t go into detail regarding those interior upgrades.
There’s no doubt off-roading enthusiasts will find this very interesting but Fisker is also interested in selling the Force-E to fleets to serve as a rescue vehicle. Even a zero-emission military-spec version is said to be possible.