Fisker Unveils Electrifying Alaska Pickup, Ocean Force E, Pear, and Ronin During Their Product Vision Day

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Fisker unveiled four new vehicles during their Product Vision Day, showcasing their second chapter of innovative electric vehicles.

The first vehicle is the Pear city car, which is expected to be their best-selling model. It is built on the new SLV1 platform, designed to be simple, versatile, and with reduced parts. The Pear features a unique design with a giant windshield, a concave hatch glass, and a taillight forming an oval around the backlight. The interior focuses on storage, with a front trunk called “froot” and a Houdini trunk that allows for easy loading. The Pear can seat six passengers in its most expansive configuration and has a starting price of $29,900 before incentives, with deposits open for reservation.

Next up is the Alaska pickup, a mid-size truck built on an extended version of the Ocean’s platform. The Alaska pickup offers excellent handling and driving experience while providing hauling convenience with a flexible bed length, extendable through the mid-gate and tailgate. Inside, it features a cowboy-themed design, including the “world’s largest cupholder” and reclaimed wood accents. The Alaska pickup is projected to have a range of 230 to 340 miles and starts at $45,400 before incentives. Reservations are open for this model as well.

For off-road enthusiasts, Fisker introduced the Force E package for the Ocean, available in Q1 2024. The package includes a stouter roof rack and roof basket, new bumpers, tow hooks, underbody skid plates, new dampers, and 33-inch tires on 20-inch wheels. Optional features like grab handles, tiedowns, and rubber floors are available. Pricing details will be announced closer to release.

Finally, the flagship model, the Ronin, redefines the supercar category with its impressive specifications. It boasts three motors with over 1,000 horsepower, reaching 0-60 mph in two seconds. The Ronin features four butterfly doors, five seats, and a retracting carbon fiber hardtop. Although further details on the interior and battery were not revealed, Fisker aims for at least 600 miles of range on a single charge. The Ronin is positioned as an ultra-luxury vehicle, priced at $385,000, and built in limited quantities. Reservations are open for this high-end model as well.

Fisker’s second chapter of electric vehicles presents a diverse range of offerings, catering to urban dwellers, off-road enthusiasts, and luxury supercar enthusiasts alike. With their focus on innovation, sustainability, and cutting-edge technology, these new vehicles aim to make a significant impact in the automotive market by combining performance, style, and eco-consciousness.


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