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All the battery you will ever need in the segment leading all-electric Fisker Ocean SUV.
When it comes to the world of electric vehicles, batteries are probably one of the single most important features aside from safety. Of course you want to drive a great looking electric vehicle at an affordable price. However, you also want to be able to travel a far distance on a single charge of your EV battery. Batteries can make or break the affordability factor of an electric vehicle. As a consumer shopping for an electric vehicle within a certain segment, you want to take into consideration design, price, and battery range.
Design comparison of Kia Niro, Volkswagen ID.4, and Fisker Ocean
As of today, there are a handful of electric vehicles in the crossover segment below $50,000. Some of the EVs in this segment include the...Read More: Fisker Ocean Hyper Range EV Battery Packs Punch
 

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Nice article like at the end they mention the 10yr/100k mile warranty and a 75% SOC. So I take that if you get below 75% SOC in that time frame they will replace the batteries under warranty.
Superior to most BEV battery warranties. 10 years matches Hyundai/Kia which has the longest temporal coverage. 75% is a little better than 70% which seems to be the industry standard.

Rivian: 8 years/175,000 miles/70%
Hyundai/Kia: 10 years/100,000 miles/70%
Tesla/Ford/Nissan/BMW/VW/Audi/Porsche/Lucid: 8 years/100,000 miles/70%
GM: 8 years/100,000 miles/60%
 

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Toyota is offering 10 years/150,000 miles/90% on the new bZ4X, but they‘re playing catch-up at this point and that thing is a massively underwhelming start. The Lexus version looks much better and is said to be getting a significant increase in power over the Toyota/Subaru twins that share the same platform.

But Ocean still has my vote until something tells me otherwise.
 

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Toyota is the undisputed No. 1 leader of the anti-EV crusade against EV adoption

What Toyota is doing is "Window Dressing"




 
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Yeah, Toyota's approach has been pretty sad. The only saving grace with their new models, as mediocre as they are, is that diehard Toyota buyers will buy their EVs, and more EVs taking purchases away from ICE alternatives.
 
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