Fisker Teams w/ CATL For Long-Term Battery Capacity 

Fisker Inc. and Contemporary Amperex Technology Co Ltd today announced a formal agreement cementing battery capacity for the Fisker Ocean SUV. 

Under the terms of the agreement, CATL will supply two different battery solutions for the Fisker Ocean SUV, with an initial battery capacity of over 5 gigawatt-hours annually, from 2023Y-2025Y. The primary high-capacity pack uses a lithium nickel manganese cobalt (NMC) cell chemistry with the second high-value pack offering CATL’s latest cells based on lithium-ion phosphate (LFP) chemistry. Fisker and CATL teams have been working seamlessly together in close collaboration since 2020 to develop class leading Fisker battery solutions optimized for vehicle structure, crashworthiness and very high levels of energy density. Currently, the teams are engaged in extensive testing and validation at the pack and vehicle level.

In addition to meeting the demanding packaging requirements for the Fisker Ocean program, the Fisker 

Ocean battery packs have additional features that permit direct charging from the optional solar roof, using an innovative engineering integration strategy. Further, both battery pack solutions are engineered to support peak charging powers of more than 250 kilowatts. 

Fisker remains on target to start production and deliveries of the all-electric Fisker Ocean in November 2022 – and to unveil the production-intent version, including additional battery specifications and product features, on Nov. 17, 2021 at the Los Angeles Auto Show.  

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