The Fisker Ocean has a range of 360 miles per charge.
Electric vehicle startup Fisker has swiftly outperformed its competitor, Tesla, in a notable achievement. Fisker’s inaugural model, the Ocean compact SUV, has been granted an official EPA driving range rating of an impressive 360 miles per charge.
This figure surpasses the Tesla Model Y Long Range, which is rated at 330 miles.
Manufactured for Fisker in Austria through a contractual partnership with Magna, the Ocean has benefited from the collaborative expertise in its development.
Fisker has recently announced that deliveries of the Ocean have commenced in Europe and are now poised to commence in the United States on June 19th.
Out of the initial batch of vehicles slated for customer delivery, the first 5,000 units will be the exclusive Ocean One limited edition. Priced at a starting point of $68,999, this premium offering from Fisker boasts an array of luxurious features. In comparison, the Model Y Long Range by Tesla begins at $50,540, with the price increasing to $59,490 when equipped with all available options, excluding the seven-passenger seating and Tesla’s $15,000 Full Self-Driving system.
The Ocean One sets itself apart with a fully loaded package, including a robust 468 hp all-wheel-drive system. Moreover, it offers a Boost mode that can deliver an impressive 564 hp in brief bursts.
The Ocean One, Fisker’s flagship model, is an epitome of opulence, offering a wealth of luxurious features. It boasts a formidable 468 hp all-wheel-drive system, complemented by a Boost mode that can exhilarate with a surge of 564 hp during brief bursts.
In an act of philanthropy, Fisker has committed to donating a customized Ocean “Popemobile” to The Vatican—a remarkable gesture that showcases the brand’s commitment to humanitarian causes.
Following the Ocean One’s release, Fisker will introduce more affordable trims, including the front-wheel-drive Ocean Sport, which serves as an entry-level option priced at $37,499. While its estimated range of 250 miles per charge is yet to receive official EPA certification, it promises to provide an efficient and sustainable driving experience.
During its first-quarter earnings call, Fisker expressed its ambitious outlook, anticipating the global delivery of 32,000 to 36,000 Oceans throughout 2023. This projection demonstrates Fisker’s determination to make a significant impact in the EV market on a global scale.