Recent from letting us take a primary drive in its Ocean midsize electric SUV in addition to making its first buyer deliveries of the automobile, Fisker has unveiled its EV lineup for the subsequent few years.
At an occasion in Huntington Seaside, California, on yesterday evening, the corporate revealed 4 new fashions that might be coming quickly: the Alaska pickup truck, the Ronin sports activities automobile, a ultimate design for its beforehand introduced subcompact Pear, and a rugged iteration of the Ocean, the Drive E.
The Alaska is a canny entry into the favored pickup market, one Tesla has been trying to join now for a while. The Alaska shares its structure with the Magna-manufactured Ocean SUV, however consistent with Henrik Fisker’s philosophy of providing three or 4 distinctive promoting factors for each EV the model creates, this midsize truck boasts a drop-down midgate. Dubbed the Houdini Door by Fisker, this gate permits the cargo mattress to increase into the cabin. Dropping the gate extends the load size from 4.5 ft to 9.2 ft. It additionally has, Fisker claims, the biggest cup holder ever provided in a manufacturing automobile—clearly a significant addition. Specs are scant, however anticipate a spread between 230 and 340 miles per cost. The corporate hopes the Alaska might be prepared by finish of 2024, with the worth beginning at $45,400.
The already introduced urban-focused Pear EV will promote for as little as $29,900 and seat six passengers. Reasonably than a conventional liftgate for the hatch, the Pear could have a slide-down rear finish not dissimilar to the Alaska’s midgate. Count on this to land mid-2025.
The way forward for the Ronin is much less sure. The idea automobile on the occasion had no inside, so it was only a have a look at the probably exterior type of this four-door, five-passenger convertible with a carbon fiber folding roof. Some spectacular specs had been bandied round, so take these with a pinch of salt, however Fisker talked about three electrical motors producing greater than 1,000 horsepower, all-wheel drive, zero to 60 mph in simply two seconds, and an virtually unbelievable 600-mile driving vary on a single cost. In contrast to the opposite Fisker choices, if this makes it to market it is going to be very costly.
Lastly, Fisker confirmed off the Ocean Drive E, an improve bundle for the present Ocean SUV coming early 2024. This bundle can both be ordered as a part of a brand new automobile, or retrofitted to present Oceans for these early patrons who’re getting their vehicles this yr. The outfit consists of enormous 33-inch all-terrain tires on 20-inch wheels, skid plates, wheel-arch extensions, restoration hooks, and a decidedly un-aerodynamic roof basket.