More Details Revealed for Fisker Alaska EV Pickup Truck

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Fisker has provided further insights into their upcoming electric vehicle, the Alaska pickup truck. Introduced earlier this month, the Alaska EV pickup has managed to garner considerable attention due to its appealing specifications and design. Fisker has now shared additional details about the vehicle, shedding light on its dimensions and performance features.

Addressing an initial uncertainty, the Alaska pickup’s dimensions have been clarified—it measures 208.8 inches in length. This places it slightly shorter than the majority of midsize pickups presently available in the market. However, it is notably larger than compact trucks such as the Ford Maverick and Hyundai Santa Cruz, positioning it as a compact midsize pickup option.

Notably, Fisker has revealed the availability of two distinct battery packs for the Alaska. The first option, a 75 kWh battery pack, is estimated to provide around 230 miles of driving range. For those seeking extended range capabilities, the larger 113 kWh battery pack boasts an impressive range of up to 340 miles on a full charge. The vehicle’s performance metrics will be customizable based on personal preferences. The range of acceleration spans from a 0-60 mph time of 7.2 seconds for the slower variant, to a swift 3.9 seconds for the faster option.

Fisker has proposed a starting price of $45,400 as the anticipated Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) for the Alaska pickup. It is important to note that Fisker has clarified these specifications as “targeted specifications,” implying that there may be slight alterations to these figures as the vehicle’s launch date approaches. The company has confirmed its intent to manufacture the Alaska in the United States, likely in pursuit of eligibility for the federal EV tax credit. As for the timeline, production of the Alaska is projected to commence in the first quarter of 2025.

Enthusiasts eager to secure their spot in line can make a reservation for the Alaska pickup with an upfront payment of $250. Notably, for those with particularly strong affinity towards the vehicle, an option to reserve a second one exists for an additional $100.


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