Fisker Ocean Has 440-Mile WLTP Range, More Than Any EV SUV In Europe

Fisker Ocean has more WLTP Range than any EV SUV in Europe exceeding previous estimate

Fisker Ocean WLTP figure exceeded the previous figure of 390 miles range. Now it has a 440-mile WLTP Range, which is more than any EV SUV in Europe. Fisker states that the Ocean SUV currently boasts the most extensive range of any battery electric SUV sold in Europe, surpassing Fisker’s previous projection of 390 miles for the top-of-the-line Extreme variant, as per the combined WLTP figure.

Fisker Ocean Has 440-Mile WLTP Range, More Than Any EV SUV In Europe
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According to Fisker, the Ocean SUV is capable of driving from London to Glasgow or Paris to Frankfurt on a single battery charge, with plenty of range to spare. Compared to other long-range SUVs sold in Europe, such as the Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV (365 miles) and Tesla Model X (351 miles), the Fisker Ocean offers significantly more range.

Fisker Inc’s CEO, Henrik Fisker, stated that the company designed the Ocean to deliver the highest level of sustainability, design, innovation, usability, and range. He added that the achievement is a major milestone for everyone at Fisker, and they are pleased that the range surpasses their initial calculations. Fisker anticipates that the Ocean will receive European homologation by April 28, 2023, which will enable it to commence customer deliveries in the region thereafter.


Fisker will launch the first European Fisker Centers+ in Vienna and Copenhagen on April 11, with additional Centers+ and Lounges scheduled to open across Europe and the US throughout 2023. The Fisker Ocean is now available to reserve and configure on the Fisker website in three versions: Sport, Ultra, and Extreme. Some trims are already sold out in several launch markets, presumably referring to the fully loaded Ocean One launch edition limited to 5,000 vehicles worldwide.

The Fisker Ocean SUV comes in three versions: the base model Ocean Sport, Ocean Ultra, and range-topping Ocean Extreme. The Ocean Sport is equipped with a single-motor powertrain, which generates 275 horsepower, allowing it to reach 0-60 mph in 6.6 seconds, and offers a range of 275 miles. In contrast, the Ocean Ultra features a dual motor setup, producing 540 horsepower, allowing it to reach 0-60 mph in 3.9 seconds, and has a range of 390 miles. The Ocean Extreme, on the other hand, boasts 550 horsepower, a 0-60 mph time of 3.6 seconds, and a range of 440 miles. Fisker has not yet disclosed the battery capacities, but the company has stated that the Ocean Sport will use a lithium iron phosphate (LFP) pack, while the Ocean Ultra and Extreme will employ batteries with nickel-manganese-cobalt (NMC) cell chemistry supplied by CATL. Once more details are revealed the vehicle could be compared and known how to place in the market depending on the demand.