Charging the Fisker Ocean

Everything drivers need to know about the Fisker Ocean

The Fisker Ocean, the first product out of famed designer Henrik Fisker’s new brand, takes an interesting look at manufacturing an EV: Instead of spending a large amount of money on their own platform or to building a factory, Austrian-engineering giant Magna-Steyr is contracted to manufacturer and utilize a platform they created. The partnership allows Fisker inc. to focus on details like design, driving dynamics and sustainability while reducing overhead costs. This gives the Fisker Ocean an MSRP to compete against other non-luxury segment midsized electric SUVs like the Chevy Blazer EV and upcoming Honda Prologue.


The design of the Fisker Ocean is more rounded and less angular than other futuristic-looking models. One of the areas Fisker has focused on is  environmentally-safe materials, with over 50 kg of sustainably sourced fabrics and  recycled plastics throughout the cabin. Other features include the SolarSky solar panels on the rough that can provide up to 1,500 miles of added range per year, PowerBank that can recharge another EV or power  a home in case of emergency, and a Foxconn-manufactured 17.1” touchscreen that can be rotated to be used in either portrait or landscape modes.

Charging the Fisker Ocean

Fisker provides variants for the Ocean line, giving drivers the choice of single motor front-wheel drive or dual-motor all-wheel drive models. Sport models are powered by an 80 kWh battery that can provide up to 250 miles of range while all other models are given a 113 kWh battery achieving up to 360 miles of EPA-certified miles. Regardless of trim, all Fisker Oceans come with 11 kW Level 2 charging. Models equipped with the 80 kWh battery can achieve 175 kW DC fast charging to charge the Ocean up to 80% in just over 30 minutes. The larger 113 kWh battery can achieve 250 kW to charge the EV to 80% in 33 minutes.


Home charging is where EVs shine the brightest, taking advantage of low electricity rates and convenient overnight charging. By utilizing a smart charger like the JuiceBox 48, drivers can schedule charging, monitor status and control energy use.

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Fisker Ocean charging times & range

Model year
Charge rate
Battery size
Charge time on Level 1
Charge time with JuiceBox® 48
All electric range
2023-Present Fisker Ocean Hyper Range
11 kW
113 kWh
74 hours
9.75 hours
340-350 miles
2024 Fisker Ocean Touring Range
11 kW
80 kWh
52 hours
6.75 hours
250 miles

DC fast charging: CCS combo

The Fisker Ocean’s CCS Combo port is located above the driver’s side wheel allowing for speeds up to 250 kW. To take advantage of those quick charging speeds, drivers can utilize the Enel X Way JuicePumpTM 180-360 kW, fast charging the Fisker Ocean to 80% in 33 minutes. Fisker has committed to adopting the North American Charging Standard (NACS) connector for all models starting in 2025. Enel X Way chargers will be compatible with NACS starting in 2024

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Fisker Ocean home charging stations


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