2023 Fisker Ocean is a tide-turning electric vehicle with an influx of new models flooding the market. Fisker Automotive is on its way to capitalizing on that sentiment with this SUV. The base model starts just under $40,000 and boasts an estimated range of 250 miles. While, other Ocean models feature an all-wheel-drive, dual-motor setup generating at least 540-hp and accelerating to 60 mph in less than 4.0 seconds. The long-range version is expect to exceed 350 miles on a single charge. The aggressive SUV is also expect to house a 17.1-inch center touchscreen rotating vertically and horizontally. Also, a mode that opens the roof panel, all the side windows, and the rear glass to give the cabin the windswept feel of a convertible.
The 2023 Ocean is an all-new electric SUV from Fisker Automotive. The automaker’s website claims select models will arrive sometime later this year.
Battery, Performance, Top Speed & 0-60 mph
The entry-level model of Fisker Ocean is the Sports model, which Supports a single electric motor powering the front wheels. Fisker Ocean have a 275 horsepower on tap, it’s expected to accelerate from 0-60 mph in 6.9 sec with a top speed of 120 mph expected. The Ultra and Extreme trims will have an electric motor on each axle that creates All-Wheel-Drive. With a total system output of up to 550-hp, the quickest model is expected to sprint from 0-60 mph in 3.6 seconds and have a top speed of 150 mph expected.
Wheels, Drivetrain, Towing Capacity & Range
All models of new Fisker Ocean will ride on 20-inch wheels on low-rolling-resistance tires. A set of performance tires wrapped on 22-inch rims are also available. The FWD Ocean is rate to tow 2040 pounds, while AWD ones can pull 4000 pounds. The Ocean comes with different size batteries, but Fisker hasn’t released their useable capacity. But, it is expect that the single-motor model can travel 250 miles on a single charge. With dual motors, that range estimate can exceed 350 miles.
|2023 Fisker Ocean Trims
Initially, we would recommend getting the Ocean Ultra, with its all-wheel-drive powertrain and more desirable standard equipment, as it looks to be the best value.