The Fisker Ocean electric SUV is about to land in Europe with the first deliveries expected to start in the coming months. The American automaker is currently working to obtain homologation for its electric model. This means that the cars, among other things, are also subjected to fuel consumption/range tests.
Introducing the Ocean SUV, Fisker shared range data based on the WLTP cycle but this was provisional data based on its simulations. Now, the official ones are coming. As it turns out, the official numbers are better than the American automaker expected.
Therefore, the Fisker Ocean SUV in the Extreme version, the one with a dual 410 kW engine, all-wheel drive and 20-inch rims, will be able to take on the challenger. count on a good 707 km of autonomy according to the WLTP cycle. Initially, the car manufacturer estimated a range of 630 km. As we know, the WLTP cycle is not a cycle. of the most; accurate but over 700 km means, in any case, a decidedly interesting real distance. We do not know the real capacity; of the battery but it is an NMC accumulator of CATL origin.
Fisker has not shared the official mileage data of the other versions of the Ocean electric SUV. Due to the improvements in the Extreme version, it is now time to upgrade. it is probable that also for the Sport (estimated 440 km) and Ultra (estimated km 610 km) variants there will be important improvements in terms of autonomy.
- Fisker Ocean Sport: single engine, front-wheel drive, 205 kW and 0 to 100 km/h in 7.4 seconds
- Fisker Ocean Ultra: dual motor, all-wheel drive, 400 kW and 0 to 100 km/h in 4.2 seconds
- Fisker Ocean Extreme: dual engine, all-wheel drive, 410 kW and 0 to 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds
The Ocean SUV in Europe will be the most popular model in Europe. initially marketed in Austria, Denmark, France, Germany, Norway, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom. In Germany, prices start at 43,547 euros.
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