Fisker Ocean EV Review

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The Fisker Ocean is one of a host of new electric SUVs, from established manufacturers and upstart newcomers. It therefore faces stiff competition from models such as the Tesla Model Y, Kia EV6, and good-value Chinese imports like the BYD Atto 3.

Fisker hasn’t confirmed fisker ocean battery size, but it’s expected to be on a par with rivals using 400 volt systems. These deliver a maximum of 250kW, which can add 100 miles to the car’s range in around eight minutes and reach 80% charge in under 30 minutes.

Top-spec Ocean Extreme cars also get a solar roof that’s claimed to return 1,500 miles of extra range every year as it trickles power into the battery. However, this is only valid in sunny locations and isn’t shown as a metric within the infotainment system.

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With a 288-mile driving range from its 73kWh battery pack, the Ocean can easily beat most other small electric SUVs on the market. This includes the forthcoming EU-only Ford Explorer EV, Audi Q4 e-tron, and Polestar 3 – though the latter starts at nearly double the price of the Ocean.

In the UK, Fisker will offer its SUV with front-wheel drive and a choice of battery sizes, with prices starting at PS34,990 for the 275bhp Ocean EV, and the top-spec model costing PS59,900. Production will be undertaken by Magna Steyr at its carbon-neutral plant in Austria. The firm also builds the BMW iX3, Mercedes EQC, and Volkswagen ID.4 EVs, so it knows what it’s doing when it comes to building quality vehicles.

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