Fisker Shows Off Future Vehicle Lineup at 'Product Vision Day'

They include a four-door convertible and an all-electric pick-up truck.


Fisker showed off its future vehicle lineup in Huntington Beach, California. The Manhattan Beach-based carmaker presented four vehicles, as well as technology and sustainability visions, to an audience of investors, analysts, employees, and the media.

Chairman and CEO Henrik Fisker presided over reveals of the Fisker Ocean SUV with a Force-E off-road package; the 1,000-plus-horsepower Fisker Ronin grand-touring four-door convertible; the Fisker PEAR sustainable city EV; and the Fisker Alaska all-electric pickup truck.

In addition to the vehicles that were displayed on stage, the company detailed its Fisker Blade computer, a central computing platform that should reduce complexity in forthcoming vehicles. Fisker also reviewed its Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) objectives as it strives to become the world’s most sustainable carmaker.

After the conclusion of the Huntington Beach event, Fisker opened reservations for both the Fisker Ronin ($2,000 for first reservation, $1,000 fully refundable for second) and the Fisker Alaska ($250 for first reservation, $100 fully refundable for second).

Details on the newly revealed vehicles are as follows:

Fisker Ronin is tan all-electric four-door convertible GT sports car.

  • A five-seat GT with a carbon fiber hard-top convertible and four butterfly doors.
  • An integrated battery pack powers Ronin to a targeted 600-plus mile range
  • A triple motor all-wheel drive powertrain is projected to deliver 1,000-plus horsepower and 0-60 mph in approximately 2.0 seconds.

Fisker PEAR (Personal Electric Automotive Revolution) is Fisker’s vision of a sustainable EV as a connected mobility device.

  • A lifestyle vehicle built on Fisker’s SLV-1 platform, PEAR is built using Fisker’s Steel++ development process, resulting in the use of 35% fewer parts than other EVs in class.
  • Features a connected electrical engineering architecture, and the first implementation of the Fisker Blade central computing platform.
  • Unique Houdini Trunk (hideaway liftgate) and a front storage compartment called the Froot (“front boot”).
  • Compact body length delivers improved handling, with a modular interior with seating for up to six.
  • Design includes a wraparound windscreen, sculptural exterior design, and slim LED lighting.
  • PEAR is available in four trim levels, priced starting at $29,900, and scheduled to be available in mid-2025.

Fisker Alaska is Fisker’s all-electric four-door pickup truck.

  • Built on an extended adaptation of Fisker Ocean’s platform called the FT31.
  • Built for multiple cargo configurations, including a cargo bed extendable from 4.5 feet to 7.5 feet to 9.2 feet, and a Houdini bed divider which hides away to connect cargo bed and rear cabin.
  • Designed to be the world’s lightest EV pickup truck.
  • Designed to be the world’s most sustainable truck.
  • Has a projected range of 230-340 miles.
  • Expected deliveries in 2025 and priced starting at $45,400 before incentives.

Force E is the off-road package for the Fisker Ocean SUV

  • Designed to maximize Fisker Ocean’s outstanding torque, power, and range for sustainable off-roading adventure.
  • Will be available for all-wheel drive Ultra and Extreme trims, both at vehicle purchase and as a post-purchase add-on package.
  • Includes 33” tires on 20” wheels, higher ground clearance, specialized dampers, roof basket, front and rear skid plates, and an underbody plate for greater durability.
  • Scheduled to be available in Q1 2024, with pricing to be announced.
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