Fisker has presented four future electric vehicles alongside technology and sustainability visions. The event, held in Huntington Beach, California, gathered investors, analysis, employees, and media to showcase both the Fisker Ronin grand touring and the Fisker PEAR city EV. Unveiled as a surprise was the Fisker Ocean SUV with a new Force-E off-road package and an all-new Fisker Alaska pickup truck.
The all-electric vehicles were presented to onlookers along with details of Fisker’s new technologies centered around the Fisker Blade computer. This computer replaces current central computing platforms in Fisker vehicles with a simpler, less complex design to improve efficiency and production complexity.
Fisker has opened reservations for the Fisker Ronin ($2,000 for first reservation) and the Fisker Alaska ($250). The Ronin is a 1,000-horsepower GT sports car with a five-seat design. It’s a carbon fiber hardtop convertible with four butterfly doors. Fisker gives it an all-electric range of 600 miles per charge with its three-motor all-wheel drive design and 2.0-second 0-60 mph sprint. Production begins soon and will be to-order.
The Fisker Alaska is a four-door pickup truck based on the Fisker Ocean SUV’s platform. Its cargo bed can be 4.5-7.5 to 9.2 feet long and uses a “Houdini” bed divider for multiple cargo bed configurations. Its projected range is 230-340 miles per charge. Production is projected for 2024 with deliveries in 2025.
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