Fisker has a history of designing and launching its expensive electric product, Fisker Karma, but this is the first time it has introduced a new long chassis called Fisker Ocean. A car that again falls into the category of mid-size electric crossovers such as the Tesla Model Y and the Ford Mustang Mac E.
The Fisker Ocean is to be produced on the Austrian Graz production line and has a range of about 402 to 563 km depending on the model. The base price of this product is $ 37,499, which is reduced by government incentives and the elimination of the final price tax.
Fisker was founded by Henrik Fisker, a former BMW designer, and the new product designed by Henrik Fisker has the same dimensions as the Tesla Model Y and the Ford Mustang Mach-E. The distance between the two axles of this product is equal to 2.91 meters and it uses the design of placing the wheels in a quadrangle and has a box-like appearance.
Inside the room, a simple design language free of buttons and keys has been followed, and in this respect, it should be considered similar to Tesla products. However, Ocean has a large rotating screen. This has never been seen in cars before. This 17.1-inch screen can be rotated vertically and horizontally.
Fisker uses recyclable materials inside the room and almost all plastics, fabrics, etc. are recyclable materials.
A total of 3 different trims will be offered for Ocean, and two single-axle and two-axle models will be marketed. The base model will have a movable front axle and its range is 402 km and the engine power is equal to 275 hp. It takes just 6.9 seconds to reach 96 km / h.
The four-wheel drive model has a range of 563 km and uses two electric motors with a maximum power of 540 hp and a price tag of $ 49,999.
As a result, the power of this model reaches a speed of 96 km / h in 3.9 seconds. By selecting the Extreme package, the output power of 10 hp will increase and the maximum range will increase by 16 km. As a result, it takes only 3.6 seconds to reach 96 km / h.
Fisker uses two types of battery cells, the first is lithium ion phosphate in the base model and the second is nickel-magnesium cobalt, which is used in the high-end model. These batteries are designed and manufactured by the Chinese high-end company (CATL).
Fisker has also made it possible to choose the solar roof option.
Ocean also benefits from two-way charging and can charge other electric vehicles.