Following the 2022 Fisker Ocean’s world debut at CES earlier this month, we now have more detailed specifications of the all-electric luxury SUV to share with you.
Fisker has revealed the SUV’s dimensions, additional features and new photos. Starting with its footprint, the Fisker Ocean is 4,640-mm (182.7-in) long, 1,930-mm (76-in) wide and 1,615-mm(63.6-in) high.
This means it’s similar in size to competitors like the Mercedes-Benz EQC, Ford Mustang Mach-E and Jaguar I-Pace. We don’t get to learn the distance between the two axles but Fisker says the Ocean offers a spacious and comfortable environment for five passengers “even during the longest of rides.”
As for the luggage compartment, there’s 566 liters (20 cubic feet) of space with the parcel shelf in place and 708 liters (25 cubic feet) when the trunk is loaded up to the roof. With the rear seats folded, the loading capacity expands to 1,274 liters (45 cubic feet). Fisker says the Ocean will also come with roof rails and towing hook options. However, towing capacity will be released in 2021.
More importantly, we also learn the Fisker Ocean will be offered in a four-wheel drive configuration on all trims, except for the base 2WD model. The standard 4WD configuration will deliver more than 225 kW (300 HP / 304 PS) while the “ultra-high performance version” targets a zero-to-60 mph (0-96 km/h) time in under 3 seconds. The range-topping model’s total power output will be announced in 2021.
A fast recharge of the 80-kWh battery pack (from 15% percent to 80% percent capacity) is estimated to take 30 minutes and add more than 200 miles (322 km) of range. The Fisker Ocean is equipped with a CCS Type 2 Combo plug.
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What else is there to know about the 2022 Fisker Ocean, besides the $37,499 starting price (before federal tax credits) or the $379-a-month lease deal? Well, the electric luxury SUV will come equipped with standard 20-inch alloys while 22-inch rims will be available as an option.
Inside, there’s a 16-inch portrait-oriented center touch screen and a 9.8-inch digital instrument panel, complemented by a head-up display integrated into the windshield. Augmented reality features, haptic touch buttons and immersive digital experiences are also integrated into the cabin.
Fisker will release more technical specifications and details on manufacturing strategy at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show in March. Production is targeted to begin at the end of 2021, with the first high-volume deliveries expected in 2022.