Fisker Ocean Extreme EPA Rating Revealed – 360 Miles on a Single Charge!
Fisker Inc. had estimated their 2023 Fisker Ocean Extreme SUV with a dual-motor to have a range of 350 miles. However, the U.S. EPA has certified that it can actually go up to 360 miles on a single charge with the standard 20-inch wheels. This certification exceeds Fisker Inc.'s initial prediction.
Fisker's Ocean model has a 113-kWh battery and dual-motor drivetrain, giving it 550 horsepower. It's the electric SUV with the longest range among those priced under $200,000 in the US. Faraday Future's FF 91 SUV has a larger 142-kWh battery and can travel up to 381 miles on a single charge.
The 2023 Fisker Ocean Extreme, tested in Europe, achieved a range rating of 440 miles on the WLTP cycle with its 20-inch wheels. The range only decreased by 4 miles when tested with optional 22-inch wheels. Fisker has received all the required paperwork from EPA, CARB, and NHTSA to sell cars in all states and Washington, D.C. Each sale will earn Fisker four Zero Emission Vehicle credits from CARB.
The CEO announced that the company will be sending out communications to their initial customers today. The deliveries are underway as planned, and all 5,000 units of the Ocean One Launch Edition are expected to reach their new owners by the end of September. At the same time, the Ocean Extreme, which is the standard version of the Ocean One Launch Edition without additional features, will begin deliveries. Fisker forecasts producing about 32,000 to 36,000 units in 2023, a decrease from their previous target of 42,400 cars.
The Force E off-roading version is one of the options available for the vehicle. It comes with a robust roof rack, new front and rear bumpers, tow hooks on both ends, and 33-inch tires on 20-inch wheels. Additionally, grab handles, tiedowns, and rubber floors can be added as optional features. Henrik Fisker has mentioned that this package can be installed on the Ocean Extreme and Ocean Ultra trims as well.