The EV Battery in Your Fisker Ocean

Fisker Ocean EV Platform (FM29)

Powering your Fisker Ocean is a battery that can provide the performance and range you expect at a reasonable price.

Ahead of last year’s Los Angeles Auto Show, Fisker partnered with battery supplier CATL. CATL is the world’s largest battery manufacture. They are a battery supplier to Tesla and many other electric vehicle carmakers. Being the largest in the world will help them mitigate supply chain issues.

CATL will supply Fisker with two different battery solutions for the Fisker Ocean SUV. First, the lithium-ion phosphate (LFP) battery. Second, the lithium nickel manganese cobalt (NMC) battery. Fisker has been working extensively with CATL on these batteries. These battery chemistries will maximize performance and minimize cost for the Fisker’s EV lineup.

“By utilizing multiple chemistries and designing an extremely efficient pack, we will be able to achieve our targeted driving range for the Fisker Ocean Sport and bring segment benchmark-driving range to the longer-range versions of Fisker Ocean.”

HENRIK FISKER, CO-FOUNDER & CEO, FISKER INC.

Battery chemistry for each Fisker Ocean trim

If you recall, Fisker will offer three trims excluding their limited edition Ocean One. The three trims, which are the entry-level Ocean Sport, mid-level Ocean Ultra, and fully loaded top of the line Ocean Extreme. The Fisker Ocean Sport will use the less expensive lithium-ion phosphate (LFP) battery pack. This is the less expensive battery chemistry, which is why it will power the entry level Fisker Ocean. The Ocean Ultra and Extreme will use a lithium nickel manganese cobalt (NMC) battery pack. Each Fisker Ocean EV battery will come with a 10-year 100,000 mile warranty with 75% state of health charge capacity. Also, Fisker has confirmed both battery packs will support charging at a peak of more than 250kW.

Fisker Ocean EV batteries will go the distance

Fisker has named each battery chemistry to market them to consumers. The lithium-ion phosphate (LFP) battery is called “Touring Range” and lithium nickel manganese cobalt (NMC) battery is referred to as “Hyper Range.” The Fisker Ocean Sport runs a front wheel drive single motor using the Touring Range battery. This Touring Range battery has an estimated 250 miles in range. In contrast, the Fisker Ocean Ultra and Extreme trims offers the premium Hyper Range battery. The Hyper Range battery has an estimated 340 and 350 miles range respectively. For an additional $12,500, the mid-level Ocean Ultra will give you 90 miles more in range plus lots of additional features not available in the Ocean Sport.

Your battery is a backup battery

One of the coolest features of the Fisker Ocean utilizes the electric vehicle’s battery. The Fisker Ocean PowerBank will work with either battery pack in the electric vehicle. Also, it’s included as a standard feature on all Fisker Ocean EVs as part of the Powertrain. In a nutshell, PowerBank uses the electric vehicle’s battery to power anything that requires electricity. For example, the EV battery becomes a backup battery to power your house, jumpstart another EV with a dead battery, or re-charge or power electronics like your phone or an external speak. Pretty cool, huh!?


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