- Fisker, the new American EV startup, announced four separate models coming to its lineup.
- The four car lineup covers a variety of EV bases.
- The vehicles were unveiled at the company’s Production Vision Day this week.
Four new models to enter the Fisker lineup
Relaunched in 2016, Fisker have been focusing on production of their ‘Ocean’ vehicle in recent years, with over 65,000 orders placed so far and deliveries to customers starting earlier this year, predominantly in the US and Europe.
Now though, Fisker has revealed four new models covering each end of the market, with the brand now ready to take on OEMs in multiple markets outside of the luxury EV saloon segment.
The most interesting announcement is the Fisker Pear. The name stands for ‘Personal Electric Automotive Revolution’, with a name-worthy starting price of $29,900 (around £23,530), launching in 2025 to markets around the world. The USA currently offers up to $7,500 in credit for buying a new EV, which makes the Pear a serious budget contender.
Tesla’s upcoming hatchback, with a purportedly similar price, would be another alternative to the Pear, while in Europe, its price could contend with electric hatchbacks like the MG4 EV and Volkswagen ID.3. This could grant the Fisker Pear a place on the list of the best cheap electric cars.
The Pear’s shape is part-SUV, part-hatchback, and will be available in two battery capacities – with around 150 miles of range or 300 miles, with the former obviously enabling that low starting price.
Fisker also revealed the ‘Alaska’, an all-electric pickup truck that will go head to head against the likes of the Ford F-150 Lightning and Rivian R1T. Sharing an extended version of the platform used on Fisker’s Ocean SUV, the company claims the Alaska will be the lightest EV pick-up in the world.
The Alaska will start at $45,400 (equivalent to £35,740), and will also come to market in 2025.
The event also revealed the Fisker Ronin, a five-seat, four door, convertible grand tourer, with 1,000hp delivered from a triple-motor all-wheel drive setup. This will target a 0-60mph time of just 2 seconds, which could make it one of the best electric sports cars to rival models like the Tesla Model S Plaid and Porsche Taycan Turbo S.
A beefed-up version of the Fisker Ocean
Finally, Fisker revealed the Ocean Force E. This takes the Ocean’s top-end 550hp electric motor and adds lifted suspension, chunky off-road tyres, skid plates underneath, and a cargo box on the roof. There’s no word on pricing just yet, but the existing 550hp Ocean Extreme model starts at $68,999.