Fisker lowers US pricing on the top-level Ocean Extreme trim from $68,999 to $61,499

Electric vehicle startup Fisker today announced a price reduction for the Fisker Ocean Extreme, the top trim level of the award-winning all-electric SUV.

In the US, Fisker is lowering the price of the Ocean Extreme trim by $7,500, to $61,499 from $68,999. This price change will go into effect immediately. Customers who have already ordered or purchased an Extreme will receive a $7,500 price adjustment, even if their vehicle has already gone to production.

“It is essential that Fisker responds to competitive realities in the rapidly growing EV market,” Chairman and CEO Henrik Fisker said. “We want our customers to have greater access to the Ocean and to be able to take advantage of its exciting combination of innovative features, striking design, sustainable materials, and class-leading range.”

The Fisker Ocean Extreme has a 113 kWh battery pack (106 kWh usable) and an EPA range of 360 miles.

In addition, on Nov. 6 Fisker is opening calendar year 2024 orders for all trim levels, including the Fisker Ocean Ultra and Sport models, with higher pricing for both. The Ultra will be priced at $52,999, up from $49,999 currently; and the Sport will be $38,999, up from $37,499 currently.

The Fisker Ocean Ultra has exceeded Fisker’s EPA range estimates, achieving an official EPA estimated range of 350 miles. The Sport has a Fisker estimated range of 231 miles, using a different battery chemistry (Lithium Iron Phosphate [LFP], optimized for affordability) than Extreme and Ultra (Nickel Manganese Cobalt [NMC], optimized for range and performance).

Current Sport and Ultra pricing will remain in effect on all orders completed on November 5, 2023.

“We are very confident in the continued demand for the Ocean and we expect the Sport and Ultra models to be the highest sellers starting in 2024,” Henrik Fisker added. “We expect our overall margins will be unaffected because higher Sport and Ultra pricing, combined with our cost-reduction initiatives and lower input prices, will support the anticipated trajectory of our profits.”



Blagojce Krivevski

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