With a wave of new models arriving on the market, the industry is shifting in popularity of electric cars, and Fisker hopes to take advantage of this trend with its properly called Ocean SUV. The most affordable version has a starting price of $40,000 and a 250-mile projected range. All other Oceans are all-wheel-drive, dual-motor vehicles with a least of 540 HP and a 4.0-second 0-60 mph time. The longest model is anticipated to go more than 350 kilometers on a full charge. The Fisker Ocean Extreme 2024 is not only a stylish SUV in the mold of the Range Rover, but it also has several unique extra features.
A new all-electric SUV from Fisker will be released in 2024. On the corporate website, it is said that a few models will be released this year.
Starting in mid-January 2024, Fisker will take confirmed orders for the Ocean in a few international countries with the Extreme trim. Deliveries to retail customers are anticipated to start in February 2024 after European and US certification.
The Fisker Ocean is a brand-new, all-electric crossover that comes in Sport, Ultra, Extreme, and One trim level (launch edition). According to the EPA, the maximum range is between 402 km and 563 km. Federal and provincial EV discounts are available; the starting price is $43,999. Avoid missing the California mode, which simultaneously lowers all the windows, or the Solar Sky roof panel, which may charge the battery on the moves.
The Ocean’s interior features a simplistic arrangement that is balanced by a few uncomplicated controls, and it is lined with recycled materials to encourage sustainability. On all bars of the basic model, the dashboard features a large screen that rotates, a thin digital gauge cluster, and appealing materials all around.
Since the base Ocean is positioned as an inexpensive EV, there aren’t many high-end standard luxuries available.
Every model has an energy steering column, a motorized rear lift gate, and a backup mirror with a digital camera feed. While the remainder of the range features a panoramic glass panel with a retractable panel, only, the Sport grade has a repaired panoramic sunroof. When the left’s California mode is used, the top, side windows, and rear glass are all opened, giving the impression of being outside in a convertible.
We could only expect that it will have a more practical rear seat and cargo capacity than the organization’s awful car.
The Sport model, which has one electric motor driving the front wheels, is the entry-level Ocean for 2024. It is anticipated to go from 0 to 60 mph (ca. 97 kilometers per hour) in 6.9 seconds with 275 hp available. Each Ultra, Extreme, and limited-edition One axle has an electric motor to produce all-wheel drive. The fastest model is predicted to go from a halt to 60 mph (ca. 97 kilometers per hour) in 3.6 seconds and have a maximum system output of 550 horsepower.
20-inch wheels with minimal rolling resistance are standard equipment on all versions. There is also a pair of 22-inch rims wrapped in performance tires. The Ocean’s maximum towing capacity is 2040 pounds (ca. 925 kilogram) with front-drive models and 4000 pounds (ca. 1,814 kilogram) with all-wheel-drive models.
The EPA has not yet rated The Ocean, but Fisker has provided us with expected numbers. Around 250 miles (ca. 402 kilometers) may be covered by the Sport’s standard-range battery on a single charge. The Ultra’s long-range battery raises that figure to 340 miles (ca. 547 kilometers), while the Extreme and One have a maximum range of 350 miles (ca. 563 kilometers) per charge.
The Fisker outperforms the competitors with that range. The Hyundai Ionic 5 has a range of 303 miles (ca. 488 kilometers), compared to the Volvo XC40 Recharge’s maximum range of 223 miles (ca. 359 kilometers), and the Mustang Mach-maximum E’s range of 312 miles (ca. 502 kilometers) per charge. The Ocean is a great option for getting rid of range anxiety. These stats have not yet been validated, as far as how rapidly it charges.
The useful capacity of the Ocean’s various battery sizes has not been disclosed by Fisker. The single-motor variant is still expected to have a 250-mile range on a single charge, according to the EPA. That estimated range with twin motors can go above 350 miles (ca. 563 kilometers). The Ocean is also compatible with most EV charge stations, and Fisker has teamed up with Electrify America to offer owners an arbitrary number of free charges.
The specific charging timings for the Ocean haven’t been disclosed either, although, under ideal circumstances, the Solar Sky roof-mounted solar panels, which are now in use, can provide up to 2000 miles (ca. 3,219 kilometers) of range per year. That assertion will have to be proven, though.
The focus of the Ocean’s inside is a huge touchscreen, much like a Tesla. The 17.1-inch display, unlike a Tesla, can switch between portrait and landscape configurations based on the road conditions.
The infotainment system of the basic model has a Harman sound as standard equipment, even though its screen is mounted vertically.
All models aside from the Sport model offer a cutting-edge swiveling touchscreen and a more powerful sound setup.
Despite having a wealth of standard and optional safety measures, the 2024 Fisker Ocean has not yet received a rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) or the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), which has a substantial negative influence on its safety rating.
The Ocean has an amazing array of driver assistance technology as standard equipment. The Fisker Smart Pilot bundle of pre-installed technology comes with autonomous emergency brakes, blind-spot monitor, and lane-keeping assistance.
Fisker offers an above-average limited and powertrain warranty. Although free maintenance is not provided, its battery guarantee is presently the industry standard. Six years or 60,000 miles (ca. 96,561 kilometers) are covered under the limited warranty. The powertrain warranty covers ten years or 100,000 miles (ca. 160,934 kilometers). The warranty for electrical components is 100,000 hours or 10 years. There is no free-planned maintenance.