Fisker released the official specifications for Ocean One and Extreme, including exterior, interior, cargo, weight, and performance specifications.
Today, Fisker officially released the highly anticipated specifications for the Fisker Ocean One and Extreme. The new details answer a lot of questions we had about the vehicle. For example, we now know the battery capacity and charging time of the Fisker Ocean One and Extreme. Furthermore, the new vehicle specifications share insight into the Fisker Ocean’s vehicle dimensions, total weight, cargo capacity, and towing capacity.
The Fisker Ocean’s dimensions, including its width, length, height, and wheelbase, were presented in a new illustration released by the company. However, what has us most enthusiastic are the battery specifications of the Fisker Ocean. Compared to existing electric SUVs on the market, it boasts a significantly larger capacity, making it a class leader in this regard. This data will be useful for customers who have already reserved or pre-ordered a Fisker Ocean, or those planning to purchase a Fisker Ocean electric SUV. For your convenience, we have included all of the pertinent details below.
Fisker Ocean Specifications
Detailed specifications for Ocean One and Extreme. Metric numbers provided using Fisker’s specification data sheet (May 7, 2023); Imperial number conversion completed by Fiskerati.
|Length||4,774 mm||187.95 in|
|Width||1,982 mm||78.03 in|
|Height||1,631 mm (20” wheel) / 1,654 mm (22” wheel)||64.21 in (20″ wheel) / 65.11 in (22” wheel)|
|Wheelbase||2,921 mm||115 in|
|Overhang (Front)||911 mm||35.86 in|
|Overhang (Rear)||942 mm||37.08 in|
|Ground Clearance||165 mm (20” wheel) / 180 mm (22” wheel)||6.49 in (20” wheel) / 7.08 in (22” wheel)|
|Track||Axle 1: 1,696 mm / Axle 2: 1,732 mm||Axle 1: 66.77 in / Axle 2: 68.18 in|
|Head Room (Front)||1,016 mm (SAE H61-1SR)||40 in|
|Head Room (Rear)||1,003 mm (SAE H61-2SR)||39.48 in|
|Leg Room (Front)||1,045 mm (SAE L34)||41.14 in|
|Leg Room (Rear)||1,011 mm (SAE L51-2)||39.80 in|
|Shoulder Room (Front)||1,455 mm (SAE W3-1)||57.28 in|
|Shoulder Room (Rear)||1,397 mm (SAE W3-2)||55 in|
|Hip Room (Front)||1,414 mm (SAE W5-1)||55.66 in|
|Hip Room (Rear)||1,360 mm (SAE W5-2)||53.54 in|
|Behind First Row||918 L (SAE V211-1)||32.41 cu ft|
|Behind Second Row||476 L (SAE V211-2)||16.80 cu ft|
|Curb Weight||2,433.6 kg||5,365.16 lbs|
|Mass in Running Order (Curb + Driver)||2,508.6 kg||5,530.51 lbs|
|GVWR||2,974.4 kg||6,557.42 lbs|
|Towing Capacity||1,820 kg||4,012.41 lbs|
Currently, the Fisker Ocean is undergoing EPA certification. We will update range numbers below as soon as the vehicle is certified by the EPA.
|Battery Capacity (Gross/Usable)||113 kWh / 106 kWh||113 kWh / 106 kWh|
|Range*||20” wheel: 707 km / 22” wheel: 701 km||–|
|Horsepower||468 hp / 564 hp (w/ Boost)||468 hp / 564 hp (w/ Boost)|
|Torque||7,903 Nm / 8,362 Nm (w/ Boost)||5,828.95 ft lb|
|Acceleration (0–100 km/h)**||4.0 s||4.0 s|
|PEAK Top Speed||205 km/h||127 MPH|
|Charging Time (Mode 3 / Level 2)||12 hrs (0% to 100%)||12 hrs (0% to 100%)|
|Charging Time (DCFC)||33 mins 6 s (10% to 80%)||33 mins 6 s (10% to 80%)|
|Turning Circle||11.95 m||39.20 ft|
|Approach Angle||15.9˚ (20” wheel) / 17.0˚ (22” wheel)||15.9˚ (20” wheel) / 17.0˚ (22” wheel)|
|Breakover Angle||12.9˚ (20” wheel) / 13.4˚ (22” wheel)||12.9˚ (20” wheel) / 13.4˚ (22” wheel)|
|Departure Angle||20.3˚ (20” wheel) / 21.5˚ (22” wheel)||20.3˚ (20” wheel) / 21.5˚ (22” wheel)|
**Based on internal calculation using Boost Mode.
Source: Metric #’s provided using Fisker’s specification data sheet (May 7, 2023); Imperial conversion completed by Fiskerati.
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7 thoughts on “Official Fisker Ocean Specifications”
Any chance theses can converted to US measurements and posted here?
Thanks for asking! Imperial system numbers have not been official released yet. However, we’ve just converted the numbers for you. As soon as they are released we will revise what is currently listed.
Can the vehicle handle flood? How long is the life of the battery?
Please review the Fisker Ocean warranty.
Can you explain what the cargo volume means? I imagine there are different ways to measure it but the numbers I see for a Toyota RAV4 (which has very similar interior and exterior dimensions) shows it has a cargo capacity of almost double the Ocean. RAV4 claims to have 37.6 cubic feet with all seats in place or 69.8 cubic feet with the seats down. The Fisker Ocean has a cargo volume of 476 liters (16.8 cubic feet) behind the second row and 918 liters (32.4 cubic feet).
Are these different measurements or is it really that much less cargo space?
Gosh, Drew, you’re comparison kind of takes the word “utility” out of SUV when discussing the Ocean. Is this comparison correct, Sean?
The RAV4 (Europe) has a 500 liter cargo behind the second line of seats. ~ 25 liters (5%) bigger than the Fisker.