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Why the Fisker Ocean annoyed me!

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Meet the Fisker Ocean!

It’s American manufacturer Fisker’s first foray into all-electric cars, while also being the manufacturer’s first SUV The question is, can this family-friendly EV compete with the market leaders in its class?

When it comes to the design, it’s fair to say it’s pretty stylish. It has sleek headlights and taillights, with a Fisker logo in the centre of both that lights up! At the front, there’s a wide air intake that stretches across the length of the car and helps give it a bit of an aggressive look. The side profile is also pretty sleek and adds to the car’s overall smart exterior.

Step inside and the cabin is largely covered in soft-touch materials (as long as you don’t reach too far down). In the centre of the dashboard is an absolutely huge infotainment screen which is used to control a lot of functionality - although thankfully it still comes with physical climate control buttons! Annoyingly though it doesn’t come with either Apple CarPlay or Android Auto! Thankfully though, unlike in a Tesla, you also get a digital driver's display.

There are two battery options available - a 73kWh and a 106 kWh. The entry-level car comes with a single motor and a range of 290 miles, while the longest-range edition comes with dual motors and the ability to reach up to 440 miles. The entry-level car also comes with the ability to produce 275hp, while the range-topping car also includes a ‘Boost Mode’, and the ability to put down 564hp.

Prices for the Fisker Ocean start at just £37,000, rising to £61,000 for the range-topping model. But is it better than a Tesla Model Y? You’ll need to stick with Mat and see for yourself!

00:00 Intro
00:58 Annoying Features
03:22 Cool Features
08:30 Design
09:32 Price
09:42 Interior
13:30 Back Seats
15:03 Boot
16:14 Batteries, Motors & Range
17:04 Driving
20:26 0-60mph & 1/4-mile
21:13 Verdict

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added on 20 Feb. 2024

Make: Fisker


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