First driving footage of the Fisker Ocean electric SUV


Fisker claims that its Ocean electric SUV will be “the world’s most sustainable vehicle” in terms of construction and performance, but how does it drive? Fisker has released initial road footage of a production-intent prototype of the US$37,499 electric SUV, powered by a production-ready powertrain and battery pack.

The standard four-wheel drive configuration (only the base model is 2WD) will deliver an output of more than 225kW (more than 300hp), with an ultra-high-performance version targeting 0-60mph in less than three seconds.

The Ocean has a multi-link rear axle, with the entire rear suspension mounted on an isolated subframe.

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