Fisker Presents 3 Spectacular Electric Cars

Fisker has revealed its next three launches during the Product Vision Day 2023 event, which will join the well-known Ocean SUV for the next two years: the PEAR (Personal Electric Automotive Revolution) compact crossover, the Ronin convertible hyper sedan, and the Alaska pick-up.

Fisker doesn’t sit still. We want the world to know that we have big plans and the intention to enter several different segments, redefining each one with our unique mix of design, innovation, and sustainability”, said Henrik Fisker, founder of the brand that bears the surname of he.

“Innovation and sustainability, together with design, are our three brand values. By 2027, we intend to produce the world’s first climate-neutral vehicle, and as our customers reinvent their relationships with mobility, we want to be a leader in software-defined transportation.”

The Fisker PEAR is a difficult vehicle to define. Halfway between a hatchback, an SUV, and a minivan, this is the company’s access proposal, as it will have a starting price of $29,900 before aid. Manufactured by Foxconn, it will sit on the new SLV1 steel platform, which uses 35% fewer parts.

Fisker will continue to rely on partners such as Foxconn or Magna to produce their cars

In addition, it will be in charge of launching the Blade central computing platform, a supercomputer capable of offering a performance of 6.2 TeraFLOPS that will reduce the complexity of the vehicle (while the Ocean’s architecture uses eight main controllers, the PEAR will only use two controllers). high performance).

Scheduled for mid-2025, it will offer a maximum range of about 300 miles (483 km). It will be offered in five and six-seat configurations (2+3 and 3+3) We cannot fail to mention the Houdini Trunk (the tailgate slides down to hide behind the bumper) and the Froot (a front trunk known from other brands as “frunk”).


The Fisker Ronin is defined by the manufacturer as the world’s first four-door convertible. Although this statement is more than debatable, it is a grand tourer with a truly personal design, with smaller rear doors and a carbon fiber hardtop. Its production will be very limited.

It will have five seats, scissor-opening doors, active aerodynamics, CTC ( Cell-to-Chassis ) batteries, more than 600 miles of range (966 km), a drive train with more than 1,000 CV consisting of three engines and a 0-60 mph (0-96.6 km/h) in just 2 seconds. Its launch will take place at the end of 2025.

The Fisker Alaska, which aspires to become the world’s lightest and most sustainable electric pick-up, sits on the Ocean’s FT31 platform. Therefore, we are talking about a smaller model than the Ford F-150 Lightning and Tesla Cybertruck, somewhat reminiscent of the Ford Maverick and Hyundai Santa Cruz.

Its cargo space will be 4.5 feet (1.37 meters) long, extendable to 7.5 feet (2.29 meters) or 9.2 feet (2.80 meters) thanks to a Houdini-type intermediate hatch that connects the bed with the passenger compartment and the extension offered by the tailgate. Its range will range from 230 to 340 miles (370 to 547 km), and its rates will start at $45,400 when it launches in late 2024/early 2025.

Elenor Kling

A tech lover and generally a car enthusiast who likes to do a lot of research and share knowledge.
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