Fisker Ocean: Most Range of Any EV SUV in Europe

Fisker’s Extreme Trim Surpasses 390-Mile Range Estimate

Electric auto firm Fisker made known that its Ocean electric SUV has accomplished a merged WLTP scope of as much as 440 miles (707 km) in Europe. This is an impressive move forwards, quite notable due to the vehicle nature of the car. A next-generation electric vehicle is at hand, allowing buyers to travel extensively with confidence.

Citing Fisker, the Ocean SUV sports the leading range of all battery electric SUVs offered in the European market at present, outreaching Fisker’s estimation of 390 miles maximal range that was previously claimed for the top of the line Extreme edition.

The organization declares that the Ocean might have the option to shuttle from London to Glasgow, or Paris to Frankfurt on a solitary battery charge, and still have leftover range. The Fisker Ocean presents considerably more reach than other long-haul SUVs accessible in Europe; such as the Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV (365 miles) and the Tesla Model X (351 miles).

Fisker forecasts that the Ocean will receive European homologation by April 28th 2023, thereby allowing deliveries to start shortly afterwards. On April 11th, Fisker Centers+ will be inaugurated in Vienna and Copenhagen, and more Centers+ and Lounges are projected to launch in Europe as well as in the US throughout 2023.

The Fisker Ocean is currently open for reservations and configuration on their website in 3 distinct versions- the Sport, Ultra, and Extreme. The company specified that some trims have sold out in multiple introductory markets; this likely pertains to the high-end Ocean One launch series limited to a maximum of 5,000 automobiles across the globe.

The Ocean Sport provides a baseline of power with a single-motor setup, delivering 275hp and accelerating to 60mph in 6.6 seconds, plus a range of 275 miles. The Ultra trim is equipped with twin-motors, offering 540 horsepower combined and reaching 0-60 mph in lightning-quick 3.9 seconds; it also stretches out to 390 miles between charges. Lastly, the Extreme version is the highest spec and boasts 550 horses of power, with a rapid 0-60 mph time of 3.6 seconds and offers a more extended range of 440 miles.

Fisker has yet to disclose the cell sizes of its batteries, but affirmed that the Sport model will sport a lithium iron phosphate (LFP) assembly, with the Ultra and Extreme featuring packs constructed from nickel-manganese-cobalt (NMC) cells sourced from CATL.

Source: Fisker

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