Fisker has set a new range record for battery electric SUVs sold in Europe with its all-electric Fisker Ocean Extreme. According to the company, the vehicle has achieved a combined WLTP range of up to 707 km/440 UK miles, making it the longest-range battery electric SUV in Europe.
Fisker’s CEO, Henrik Fisker, said that the Fisker Ocean Extreme could potentially travel from London to Glasgow or Paris to Frankfurt on a single charge. This range accomplishment is a significant milestone for the company, as it exceeds their initial calculations and showcases their dedication to sustainability, innovation, and usability.
The Fisker Ocean is being produced at a carbon-neutral factory in Austria and is expected to produce over 42,000 vehicles in 2023. Fisker expects European homologation by authorities by April 28, 2023, followed by the first customer deliveries. Fisker Extreme, Ultra, and Sport, with some trims, have already sold out in several launch markets.
To expand their reach, the first European Fisker Centers+ will open in Vienna and Copenhagen on April 11, 2023, with additional Centers+ and Lounges across Europe and the US opening throughout 2023. The Fisker Ocean’s production is expected to be a game-changer in the automotive industry, setting new benchmarks for sustainability and technology.
Fisker achievement of breaking the European range record with the Fisker Ocean Extreme is a significant milestone for the electric vehicle industry. The company’s commitment to sustainability and innovation has resulted in a vehicle that provides range confidence and convenience to buyers, making it an excellent option for electric vehicle enthusiasts.
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