Fisker Ocean officially has longest range of any electric SUV

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Fisker’s new Ocean has achieved an official WLTP-tested figure of 708km.

The Fisker Ocean will offer the highest range of any electric SUV when it goes on sale later this year, having achieved 440 miles (708km) on the official WLTP test in its range-topping Extreme specification.

That range figure puts the Ocean far beyond rivals such as the 565km offered by the Tesla Model X and the 587km provided by the Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV, and Fisker pointed out that it could travel from London to Glasgow on a single charge.

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Fisker hasn’t publicly detailed battery specifications for the Ocean yet, but entry-level models feature a smaller battery pack giving up to 443km of range.

Set to be available in Europe and the UK soon, Fisker could offer right-hand drive production cars for Australia in the future.

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The EV retails from $37,499 (AUD$56,400) to $68,999 (AUD$120,300) in the US.

Fisker hasn’t yet confirmed battery capacities and claimed that it’s still testing the model’s charging speeds.

The Ultra and Extreme variants use batteries supplied by Chinese firm CATL with nickel-manganese-cobalt (NMC) cell chemistry, which Fisker said affords them “a combination of segment-leading range and performance”.

Top models also gain solar panels on the roof to provide more power in sunny conditions. Fisker said the roof is able to produce up to 1500 miles (2414km) of range per year.

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