Fisker have announced that the Fisker Ocean Extreme electric car has a combined WLTP range of up to 440 miles (707km). This is the longest range of any battery electric SUV sold in Europe today, exceeding Fisker’s estimates and providing Fisker Ocean owners with range assurance, comfort and convenience.
Henrik Fisker, Fisker CEO, said: “From the beginning, we planned the Fisker Ocean to deliver the highest level of design, sustainability, innovation, usability, and range. We created a fantastic 5-passenger vehicle, offering our buyers range confidence and convenience in every trip.”
“This achievement is a major milestone for everyone at Fisker and we are delighted the range exceeds our initial calculations.”
As part of the brand’s mission to create the most sustainable SUV on earth, Fisker harnesses the latest and most cutting-edge technologies. This has produced a powerful and responsive high-performance electric SUV capable of potentially driving from London to Glasgow or Paris to Frankfurt with range to spare. This has to reassure any potential drivers that range anxiety is not an issue.
The Fisker Ocean zero-emissions SUV combines craftsmanship, ingenious engineering, innovation, affordability and sustainability in three versions. These include the Extreme, Ultra, and Sport, with some trims sold out in several launch markets. Shoppers can reserve and configure the Fisker Ocean via the Fisker website.
Fisker expects European homologation from authorities by April 28, 2023, with customer deliveries thereafter. The first European Fisker Centers+ will open in Vienna and Copenhagen on April 11, 2023, with additional Centers+ and Lounges across Europe and the US opening throughout 2023.
Earlier in the month, announced a partnership with Deftpower, a leading provider of electric vehicle (EV) charging software solutions, as its European mobility service provider. The partnership provides Fisker Ocean owners access to one of Europe’s largest aggregated EV public charging networks.
Deftpower aggregates over 425,000 public charging stations across 900 different charging operators into one convenient, comprehensive charging network that has grown 32 per cent in the past year. Fisker also announced it will offer one-year free electric vehicle charging in Europe to new customers.