Fisker Ocean Exceeds Peak Top Speed on Autobahn

In a video clip showcasing the Fisker Ocean, the electric SUV effortlessly exceeds its peak top speed while traveling down the German Autobahn.

Henrik Fisker taking delivery of his Ocean One (Munich, Germany).
Henrik Fisker taking delivery of his Ocean One (Munich, Germany).

Today, the Fisker Ocean exceeded its peak top speed on the Autobahn, and we had the opportunity to witness it. Henrik Fisker shared a short video clip earlier today, showcasing the performance of the Fisker Ocean One/Extreme trim. The video begins by showing the electric SUV traveling at speeds of 135 KMH. In less than 20 seconds, the Fisker Ocean not only reached its peak top speed but surpassed it, reaching speeds of 208 KMH (129.245 MPH).

If you remember, earlier this month, Fisker released official specifications for their flagship electric vehicle, which included details about its exterior, interior, cargo, weight, and performance. The peak top speed was listed as 205 km/h (127 MPH). Now, we have video evidence confirming that the Fisker Ocean Extreme not only achieves its peak top speed, but can slightly exceed it with ease.

Henrik must have recorded this video in Germany the other week when he took delivery of the second Ocean One at the Fisker Lounge in Munich. He is currently on a business road trip in Arizona. Nevertheless, Henrik Fisker captioned the video clip by stating, “All out on the Autobahn!! (Km/h) 129 MPH. Super stable and effortless!” The Fisker Ocean indeed appears to maintain remarkable stability while effortlessly exceeding its peak top speeds.

New Autobahn Video vs. Previous Test Track Footage

Previously, we had only witnessed the Fisker Ocean surpassing 100 MPH once before. This occurred in April 2022 on the Magna Steyr test track in Graz, Austria. Henrik demonstrated the performance of the Fisker Ocean as he drove one of the camouflaged Fisker Ocean Extremes around the high-speed test track, with the vehicle swiftly passing by the camera. Without a doubt, the new video surpasses the old one. Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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7 thoughts on “Fisker Ocean Exceeds Peak Top Speed on Autobahn

  1. Wow that’s awesome!!! Can’t wait till I get my Ocean One #2605!!! In Pensacola Florida..Way to go Henrick. By the way I’m a Huge Henrick Fisker Fan!!! Your ONE OF A KIND

  2. Uhm… getting to 83 mph in “under 20 seconds” is pathetic and sad and not vaguely competitive in the market. A Tesla Model Y Performance that costs a lot less than the Fisker and has more than double the cargo space gets to 83 mph in about six seconds, 0-100 in 8.12, why would anyone want an EV doing it in “under 20 seconds?” I cannot see why anyone would want to buy the Ocean instead of the Model Y. The only metric the Fisker has over the Tesla is about fifty miles more range, but it will cost you well over $10,000 more too.

  3. @Carmi, I think you misread the post, which said it got to 129 mph under 20 seconds. Also, the Ocean One/Extreme specs are 0-60 mph in 3.6 seconds. I’m very exited to get my Ocean One #1474 here in Sunnyvale, CA!

  4. I have read Turchicken elsewhere ( insideEVs?) and he consistently misconstrue what is written in long spinning spam bs against Fisker. This guy’s a bitch

  5. I think they edited the article after I posted. It is nice you are “exited” to take delivery, but can I ask WHY? The Ocean is the first car ever to be in production for more than six months, have started deliveries several weeks ago, supposedly be being made by the hundreds of thousands per week, and not ONE REVIEWER has been allowed to take an Ocean out for a drive.

What are your thoughts?