Fisker unveiled its future electric models during its first Product Vision Day 2023, where founder and CEO Henrik Fisker revealed his vision for sustainable and innovative mobility. The four models presented are the GT Ronin, a four-door convertible sports car, the Pear crossover, an affordable compact for city driving, the Alaska pickup, a versatile and powerful truck, and the Ocean SUV, Fisker’s first model already in production, which has received an off-road package called Force E.
- Ronin GT: This is the most exclusive and high-performance vehicle in the Fisker lineup. It’s a four-door grand tourer with a carbon fiber roof and butterfly doors. The vehicle boasts over 1000 horsepower thanks to three electric motors and all-wheel drive. Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h is expected in about 2 seconds, with a range of over 960 km. The Ronin GT will be produced in limited series starting in 2025, with a price of $385,000.
- Pear: The Pear is the most accessible and practical vehicle in the Fisker lineup. It’s a compact crossover with a length of 4.66 meters and a price below $30,000. The vehicle is based on a dedicated steel platform that reduces the number of parts by 35% compared to a conventional platform. The Pear can accommodate six people with two rows of three seats each. It also features an innovative trunk that opens in two parts: the lower part lowers into the rear bumper, while the upper part in glass retracts upwards.
- Alaska: The Alaska pickup is the most versatile and utilitarian vehicle in the Fisker lineup. It’s a four-door pickup with an extendable rear bed, ranging from 1.37 meters to 2.29 meters. The vehicle has a power output of about 800 horsepower thanks to two electric motors and all-wheel drive. Top speed is limited to 200 km/h, and it offers a range of over 480 km. The Alaska Pickup will be in production starting in 2025, with a price of $45,400.
- Ocean: The Ocean is the most advanced and sustainable vehicle in the Fisker lineup. It’s a mid-sized SUV with a length of 4.64 meters and a price of $37,499. The vehicle is based on a modular aluminum platform that allows for different battery and motor configurations. The Ocean can accommodate five people and has a 566-liter trunk. It features a body made from recycled or natural materials, including ocean-recycled plastic, vegan leather, and certified wood. The Ocean has also received an off-road package called Force E, which includes 20-inch wheels with all-terrain tires, widened fenders, roof-mounted auxiliary lights, and front and rear towing hooks.