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Fisker Ocean 2023: features revealed for new electric SUV with range over 600km


The public now has a much better idea of the Fisker Ocean’s specifications when it goes on sale early in 2023

The Fisker Ocean large electric SUV made its European debut this week at Barcelona’s Mobile World Congress (MWC) technology conference.

Having already been revealed for its American audience at the LA Auto Show, the Fisker Ocean now has more information for the public about its exact specifications and crucially, which features are included with each of the four variants dubbed Sport, Ocean One, Extreme and Ultra.

The Fisker Ocean is a five-door electric SUV that measures 4780mm in length. It is the first mass-production model for the brand, but car enthusiasts may have heard of the brand’s Karma sports sedan that debuted in 2011 and used a hybrid powertrain combining a 2.0-litre turbo-petrol four cylinder with two electric motors. 

Fisker Ocean 2022 silver model mountains
Chasing Cars reckons the Fisker Ocean definitely has some Volvo-esque styling

When production begins, the Fisker Ocean could be a serious competitor for the Tesla Model Y, Kia EV6 and even the Hyundai Ioniq 5. Fisker says that it will build the longest battery range vehicle in its price class. 

With its new Ocean model, Fisker has clear aims to build a “beautiful, sustainable, innovative and functional” vehicle for the masses. Strong emphasis has been made on design, technology, sustainability and battery range. 

Standard features on all Ocean variants

Standard features across the range of Fisker Ocean models include five seats, a mobile app key, powerbank system (for vehicle to vehicle charging and vehicle to home charging), over the air updates, 20-inch Aerostealth alloy wheels with recycled material wheel covers, digital rear view mirror, LED headlights and taillights and a power tailgate. 

Fisker Ocean 2022 solar roof
Solar roof is standard on high end Extreme and Launch Edition models

The standard vehicle will also include electric power steering, multi-link rear suspension as well as a towing capacity of 1815kg (for Ocean One, Extreme and Ultra) and 1090kg for the Fisker Ocean Sport. 

Ocean Sport features and specs 

The Fisker Ocean Sport, which is the entry level model in the Ocean range, features a 17.1-inch infotainment touchscreen, Harman eight speaker audio system, panoramic glass sunroof, cruise control and an optional winter package.

Standard safety kit on the Fisker Ocean Sport includes autonomous emergency braking, blind spot monitoring, front and side collision warning, lane keep assist, emergency lane departure avoidance, speed assist, traffic sign and light recognition, driver drowsiness and attention warning, parking assist and automatic high beam. 

Fisker Ocean 2022 interior screen
Large 17.1-inch display can rotate into a movie mode in some models

Ocean Ultra features

In addition to the standard features on the Ocean Sport, the Ultra gains a 12-speaker Harman sound system, an OpenSky panoramic sunroof, three-quarter ‘doggy’ windows and California mode (drops all windows and opens the sunroof in one button press). 

Ocean Extreme/ One ‘Launch Edition’ specifications

If you spend the extra premium to get to the top of the range, you will receive extra interesting features such as a 360-degree camera, evasive steering assist, ‘park my car’ mode, a rotating 17.1-inch screen, Fisker hypersound, a solar roof which doubles as a sunroof and California mode. 

Wireless phone charging, auto unlock, in-car gaming and vehicle as hotspot are also standard on the Extreme. 

Fisker Ocean 2022 duo dirt mountains
There are four variants to choose from across the Fisker Ocean range

How far can I travel with the Fisker Ocean?

Fisker claims that the Hyper range battery (available only on the Extreme and Ocean One variants) has a predicted WLTP range of 630km. 

On the standard Sport trim, the car will have an estimated range of 440km WLTP. 

The battery pack is placed under the floor in a typical skateboard layout found in many electric vehicles produced today. 

Fisker Ocean 2022 duo in desert
The top of the range Fisker Ocean Extreme will set you back US$68,999

How much does the Fisker Ocean cost?

Although the Fisker Ocean has not been confirmed for Australia, pricing has been revealed for Europe and the US. 

The entry-level Fisker Ocean Sport starts at US$37,499 ($51,690), while the Ultra model steps things up to US$49,999 ($68,921). 

If sold in Australia, that would put the Fisker Ocean Sport in line with entry level variants of the Tesla Model 3 and the Polestar 2 which both start at just under $60,000 before on-road costs. 

The top of the range Fisker Ocean Extreme and One ‘Launch Edition’ are both hefty increases over the standard Sport model and both come in at US$68,999 before on-road costs ($95,112).