2024 Fisker Ocean: A Comprehensive Guide On Features, Specs, And Prices - SUV VEHICLE

2024 Fisker Ocean: A Comprehensive Guide On Features, Specs, And Prices


Fisker is a startup car company based in California headed by Henrik Fisker, an automotive designer known for working on luxury vehicles from major brands like BMW and Aston Martin. After unsuccessfully launching Fisker Automotive back in 2007, the Danish designer rebranded as Fisker, Inc. and launched the brand we know now in 2016 alongside his wife. After years of design and innovation, the 2023 Fisker Ocean hit the streets late last year, and it seemed like the company was headed for success this time around, so much so that they announced the Alaska all-electric truck and released the 2024 Fisker Ocean with a few changes.

Even with everything looking so promising in early 2024, the future of the company is in jeopardy as it teeters on bankruptcy with no real lifeline to grab onto. Though there have been some discussions about partnerships with other automotive companies or entities that can provide some capital, as of this writing, the future of Fisker looks bleak.

With that in mind, buying a new Fisker Ocean would require a huge leap of faith that the company makes it out of this downturn, or else future maintenance, warranty, and repairs could become difficult, if not impossible. That said, the Fisker Ocean is a unique EV focused on sustainability, and it offers a driving experience like nothing else currently on the road today.

2024 Fisker Ocean

Fisker Ocean

Single- or dual electric motors

1-Speed direct drive

275-564 HP

Up to 543 LB-FT


231-360 Miles


Fuel Economy
84-99 MPGe

Charge Time
18.4 Hours

Towing Capacity
2,040-4,012 Pounds

0-60 MPH
6.9-3.7 Seconds
  • Up to 564 HP with the Extreme trim
  • Solar roof provides free range
  • Larger battery pack offers a 360-mile range
  • Interior uses up to 50 kg of recycled materials
  • No long-term financial stability
  • Base model battery pack is unimpressive
Why The Fisker Ocean Is The SUV To Have In 2024

The Fisker Ocean is an athletic SUV, combining fancy, innovative hi-tech, and brutish power under the skin.

What’s New For 2024

With the 2024 model year, Fisker didn’t make too many changes in the grand scheme of things, with the styling and design both inside and out remaining largely the same. The company did drop the Fisker Ocean One trim from the lineup, but added the Force E off-road package in its absence, turning the Ocean into a suitable off-road warrior. One of the biggest changes to the Fisker lineup is the fact that the prices on 2023 models have been cut drastically in an effort to sell more cars and ward off bankruptcy.

2024 Highlights

  • Up to 360 miles on a single charge
  • Force E off-road package
  • Solar-powered sunroof
  • FWD and AWD trims available
  • California and Limo Modes

Exterior Dimensions

All Trims


187.95 Inches


83.54 Inches


64.13 Inches


115.0 Inches

Front Track

66.79 Inches

Rear Track

68.17 Inches

Curb Weight

5,369 Pounds

(Data sourced from Fisker)

Specifications And Performance

2023 Fisker Ocean

The 2024 Fisker Ocean is available in three trims, including the base model Sport, the spirited Ultra, and the top-of-the-line Extreme. The Sport comes with a single permanent-magnet electric motor and is only offered with a front-wheel drive (FWD) drivetrain. Upgrading to the Ultra or Extreme trim adds a second permanent-magnet electric motor to the rear axle, and both come standard with all-wheel drive (AWD).

The Ocean is powered by a 75.0 kilowatt-hour (kWh) battery that produces 275 horsepower and an unspecified amount of torque that, based on the performance, is assuredly not very impressive. This configuration goes from 0 to 60 miles per hour (MPH) in 6.9 seconds and has a maximum range of 231 miles, both of which are on the lower end of most other all-electric SUVs in the segment.

Stepping up to the Ocean Ultra and Extreme trims means a much bigger 106.0 kWh battery that lets the SUV really show you what it can do. The powertrains in these models put out 564 horsepower and 543 pound-feet of torque, enough ponies to reach 60 MPH in 3.9 seconds in the Ultra and just 3.7 seconds in the Extreme. The range also jumps considerably in these trims, with the Ultra going up to 350 miles between charges and the Extreme maxing out at 360 miles.

Performance Specifications





Single permanent- magnet motor

Dual permanent- magnet motors

Dual permanent- magnet motors


275 HP

564 HP

564 HP



543 LB-FT

543 LB-FT






75.0 kWh Net

106.0 kWh Net

106.0 kWh Net


231 Miles

350 Miles

360 Miles

Fuel Economy


84-99 MPGe

84-99 MPGe

0-60 MPH

6.9 Seconds

3.9 Seconds

3.7 Seconds

Top Speed

128 MPH

128 MPH

128 MPH

(Data sourced from Fisker)

With the massive drop-off in performance going from the Ultra to the Sport trims, anyone who buys the base model may be left feeling a bit disappointed. The acceleration of the Fisker Ocean is not much quicker than a minivan like the Toyota Sienna, and the more powerful trims embody the spirit of an electric SUV much more so than the Sport. That said, the Sport is just so affordable right now that it can be hard to pass up!

Fisker Ocean Charging Time And Range

Side-view of a white Fisker Ocean

As of now, Fisker has remained pretty tight-lipped about the smaller 75.0 kWh battery powering the Ocean Sport, except that it has a maximum range of just 231 miles. With the larger battery in the Ultra and Extreme, this range is extended to 350 and 360 miles, respectively, and Fisker has released the charging information.

The battery in the Ultra and Extreme takes 18.4 hours to go from 0- to 100-percent using level 2 charging systems at home, which is much longer than most other electric SUVs on the market. Its DC Fast Charging can only handle up to 200 kilowatt (kW) charging, meaning it takes about 35 minutes to go from 10- to 80-percent. Again, this is far slower than most other SUVs in the Ocean’s class.

75.0 kWh

106.0 kWh


231 Miles

350-360 Miles

Level 2 DC 220V Charging time (0-100%)


18.4 Hours

Level 3 DC Fast Charging time (10-80%)


35 Minutes

(Data sourced from Fisker)

There has been some information circulating that Fisker has partnered with Electrify America to offer complimentary charging, but the number of years and validity of this remains unknown. With everything going on around the company’s financial situation, all of this will likely be confirmed once the company figures out its solvency issues and gets back on track.


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Interior Technology, Luxury, And Comfort

Best Interior Features Of The 2024 Fisker Ocean

  • Rotating infotainment center touchscreen
  • Minimalist yet functional design
  • Sustainably built with recycled materials
  • California Mode opens all windows at once
  • SolarSky solar-charging sunroof

The interior of the Fisker Ocean is a good balance between the minimalist approach that a company like Tesla takes and some of the more advanced or luxurious EV interiors. The Ocean has a refined, functional interior whose centerpiece is the 17.1-inch rotating infotainment center touchscreen. This screen sits vertically for normal controls under standard operation, but it can also turn 90-degrees and sits as a crystal clear display with 16:9 resolution, perfect for watching movies, streaming TV shows, and more; just not while driving!

Arguably the biggest and best part about the interior of the Fisker Ocean is the massive panoramic sunroof that comes standard in the Sport trim. Upgrading to the Ultra turns this static sunroof into one that can open with the touch of a button, along with seven other windows that immediately slide open when you put it in California Mode.

Above all other trims and features, the Ocean Extreme’s sunroof is replaced with the company’s innovative SolarSky roof. Acting as a giant solar panel, this roof can add between 1,500-2,000 miles of emissions-free range over the course of a year. On top of that, the interior uses up to 110 pounds of reclaimed and recycled materials to help better the environment. Talk about sustainability and the future of EVs!


The rotating display of a 2023 Fisker Ocean

Known as Revolve by Fisker, the rotating screen is the first thing that will catch your eye when you take a seat in a Fisker Ocean. The 17.1-inch screen rivals some of the other biggest touchscreens on the market, but it’s the only one that rotates to go from Control Mode to Hollywood Mode in seconds. This infotainment system centerpiece controls music, navigation, movie streaming, and more. Plus, it uses a 360-degree audio system to transform whatever you’re watching or listening to into a cinematic experience.

In addition to the infotainment system (that can be a bit sluggish from time to time), the Fisker Ocean acts as a power bank you can use to charge not only something small like your smartphone or a laptop, but even your house. With PowerHouse technology, you can potentially run your entire home for up to seven days. Furthermore, PowerShare technology lets you easily connect the Ocean to another EV in need to give it a boost.

Interior Dimensions




40.0 Inches

39.5 Inches


41.1 Inches

39.8 Inches

Shoulder Room

57.3 Inches

55.0 Inches

Cargo Capacity

32.4 Cu.Ft.

16.8 Cu.Ft.

(Data sourced from Fisker)

Safety And Reliability

2023 Fisker Ocean

As of this writing, the 2024 Fisker Ocean has not been crash-tested or rated by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) or the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). Similarly, the 2023 model was not crash-tested, though the NHTSA does have some information about it that translates to the 2024 model year since there were no major changes between production years.

Though the Fisker Ocean has no recalls since it was reduced, there have been two investigations by the NHTSA and it has received a whopping 79 complaints. The investigations were into some unintended vehicle movement and loss of braking performance, both of which can be scary under bad circumstances. The complaints have been about a bunch of different issues, but the vast majority are focused on either the brakes or issues with the forward collision avoidance systems.

Driver Assistance Features

Even though there isn’t much of a history to fall back on for reliability or safety, all Fisker Ocean models do come standard with a full suite of driver-assistance features aimed at making every drive easier and safer. The driver-assistance technology in the Ocean includes features like adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, full parking assistance, and more.

  • Adaptive cruise control
  • Lane-keeping assist
  • Lane-guidance assist
  • Lane-departure warning
  • Automated emergency braking
  • Forward collision avoidance
  • Automatic parking system
  • Smart traction control
  • Digital rearview mirror

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At first glance, the warranty on the Fisker Ocean looks better than the industry standard, offering full coverage for 6 years/60,000 miles, an impressive 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty, and another 10-year/100,000-mile warranty on the battery and related electrical components. On top of that, the corrosion warranty is good for 12 years/unlimited miles, and drivers get free roadside assistance for the life of the basic warranty.

All told, that’s a heck of a warranty. Unfortunately, with the precarious position that the company finds itself in financially, and with bankruptcy looming, there’s no guarantee that this warranty will still be there in the event you actually need it. This is one of those things you’d really need to take a leap of faith on.



Full Warranty

72 Months/60,000 Miles

Powertrain Warranty

120 Months/100,000 Miles

Battery Warranty

120 Months/100,000 Mile

Roadside Warranty

72 Months/60,000Miles

Corrosion Warranty

144 Months/Unlimited Miles

(Data sourced from Fisker)

2024 Fisker Ocean Versus Its Competitors

With the Fisker Ocean looking to break into an electric SUV market getting more crowded by the year, it’s only right to see how it stacks up against the popular and proven Tesla Model Y. There’s also some talk about the Ocean being the cheapest electric SUV on the market, so let’s put it head-to-head against the Chevrolet Equinox EV.

How The Fisker Ocean Compares To The Tesla Model Y

  • 2024 Fisker Ocean 2024 Tesla Model Y
    Model Fisker Ocean Tesla Model Y
    Engine Single- or dual electric motors Single- or dual permanent-magnet motors
    Transmission 1-Speed direct drive Single-speed automatic
    Horsepower 275-564 HP 295-456 HP
    Torque Up to 543 LB-FT 310-487 LB-FT
    Driveline FWD or AWD Rear- or all-wheel drive
    Range 231-360 Miles 260-330 miles
    MSRP $38,999-$61,499 $43,990
    Fuel Economy 84-99 MPGe 111-123 MPGe
    Charge Time 18.4 Hours 8-10 hours @ 240V
    0-60 MPH 6.9-3.7 Seconds 6.6-3.5 seconds

Just like other segments of the EV space, Tesla has one of the top electric SUVs on the market in the Model Y, but the Fisker Ocean is a worthy competitor. In terms of performance, the Model Y is available with a single- or dual-motor setup and makes 295-456 horsepower, enough to push the mid-size SUV to 60 MPH in either 6.6 or 3.5 seconds. It also has a maximum range of 260-330 miles, all of which is comparable to what the Fisker has to offer.

On the inside, it’s another close battle, with Tesla mastering the minimalist design that Fisker seems to have based its foundation on. Both SUVs feature a 17.1-inch infotainment center screen, but the Ocean has the optional rotating screen that the Tesla does not. Both EVs provide comfortable seating for up to five adults, and there is ample cargo capacity for regular storage. In short, the interiors are like the performance: seemingly a draw.

When it comes to price, the Ocean Sport is cheaper at $38,999 than the $44,990 starting price of the base trim Model Y, but that script flips with higher trims. The Model Y Performance is only $53,490 compared to the $61,499 price of the Ocean Extreme, yet it offers comparable specs and real-world performance.

How The Fisker Ocean Compares To The Chevrolet Equinox EV

  • 2024 Fisker Ocean 2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV
    Model Fisker Ocean Chevrolet Equionix EV
    Engine Single- or dual electric motors Single Motor | Dual Motor
    Transmission 1-Speed direct drive Direct Drive
    Horsepower 275-564 HP 213-288 HP
    Torque Up to 543 LB-FT 236-346 LB-FT
    Driveline FWD or AWD FWD | AWD
    Range 231-360 Miles 319 miles
    MSRP $38,999-$61,499 $34,995
    Fuel Economy 84-99 MPGe 107 MPGe
    Charge Time 18.4 Hours 9.4 hours @ 11.5 kW
    Towing Capacity 2,040-4,012 Pounds 1,500 pounds
    0-60 MPH 6.9-3.7 Seconds 5.9 Seconds

Next up is the Chevrolet Equinox EV, which has hit the ground running this year thanks to its $34,995 starting price, which is enough to make it the cheapest electric SUV on the market. That was until the prices on the 2023 models of the Fisker Ocean were drastically cut recently in an attempt to bring in capital to keep Fisker afloat. Even the 2024 Oceans start at just $38,999, so the Equinox EV doesn’t have quite as big of a price advantage as usual.

When it comes to performance, the Fisker Ocean Ultra and Extreme trims blow the Equinox EV out of the water, and it’s not really close. The Equinox EV tops out at just 288 horsepower and 346 pound-feet of torque, which both fall far short of the AWD versions of the Ocean. One place the Equinox beats the Fisker is charge time, with the former taking only 9.4 hours to get a full battery compared to the Fisker’s 18.4 hours.

How Much A 2024 Fisker Ocean Costs

2023 Fisker Ocean

While the starting price of the 2024 Ocean Sport might be enticing, anyone interested in buying one should look at getting a 2023 model, as the company has recently slashed the price by about $25,000 off the original starting price. This puts 2023 Fisker Oceans on the market for just $24,999, making them by far the cheapest EV money can buy in the U.S. Here are the pre- and post price-cut MSRPs of the Ocean:

Fisker Ocean Price Cut Chart

Trim Level

Previous MSRP

Current MSRP

Price Cut

Ocean Sport




Ocean Ultra




Ocean Extreme




(Data sourced from Fisker)

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231 Miles

350 Miles

360 Miles


84-99 MPGe

84-99 MPGe


(Data sourced from Fisker and the EPA)

Is It Worth Buying A Fisker Ocean?

2024 Fisker Ocean

In a vacuum, the Fisker Ocean is a solid all-around electric SUV that would likely be a great EV for years to come. It’s relatively affordable, especially the 2023 models right now, and it comes with a great combination of range, performance, and luxury in an American-made package. Plus, it’s got a solar-powered sunroof that adds free range, how cool is that?

Unfortunately with the uncertain future of the company, there’s just really no way to recommend buying a Fisker Ocean right now. If the company does not secure funding and goes out of business, you could lose out on any future support in terms of warranty, software updates, repairs, and more. Until there is a light at the end of the tunnel for Fisker’s solvency, you may want to look elsewhere if you’re in the market for an electric SUV.


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