Fisker Ocean

Fisker Ocean – A Sustainable & Advance Electric Mobility Solution

The Fisker Ocean electric SUV is expected to go on sale near the end of 2021. To prepare potential customers for the arrival of the car, the company has released a video of the Ocean on the road and added a number of details about the car.

The Fisker Ocean utilizes a multi-link rear suspension to optimize both ride and handling. It also takes less room away from the interior, leading to superb interior comfort and refinement.

Active elements at the front of the vehicle provide just the right amount of cooling to the drivetrain and maximize aerodynamic efficiency.

Fisker Ocean excels at providing passenger protection in the event of a collision and features a safety cage around the battery to ward off damage from side impacts.

The Ocean is 182.7″ long, 76″ wide, and 63.6″ high, with 20 cubic feet of cargo space and room for five passengers. All versions of the car will feature dual-motor, all-wheel-drive capability except for the base model, which will have a single motor driving the rear wheels.

The AWD powertrain will have more than 300 horsepower, while a high-performance option will provide 0–60 mph times of 3 seconds or less. The standard battery is 80 kWh and a range of 300 miles is anticipated.

The Ocean will charge using the CCS standard at power levels up to 150 kW and can add 20 miles of range for every minute of charging.

Prices for the single-motor Ocean will begin at $37,499. After the federal tax credit is applied, the net cost to the owner will be under $30,000.

Attractive lease options will be offered as well. A fully refundable deposit of $250 can reserve your Fisker Ocean today on the Fisker website or its Apple or Android app. They anticipates selling more than one million vehicles between 2022 and 2027.

The company is promising to deliver an SUV with the lowest possible weight, while guaranteeing the highest levels of safety and the maximum possible range, let’s see…

Reference- Fisker Ocean website & PR, Clean Technica, The Verge