Fisker Unveils Ronin GT, Pear Crossover, Alaska Pickup, and Ocean SUV with Off-Road Package

Fisker Unveils Ronin GT, Pear Crossover, Alaska Pickup, and Ocean SUV with Off-Road Package

At its first ever Product Vision Day event in Huntington Beach, California, Fisker revealed its full future lineup of four vehicles set to enter production by 2026, along with future plans to become the world’s most sustainable automaker. Electric vehicles making their debut include the Ronin Grand Touring four-door convertible, the PEAR city crossover, and the Alaska pickup, while the Ocean SUV gets a special off-road package called Force E.

The Manhattan-based company’s event wasn’t just for show, as it opened reservations and announced expected prices for the new electric cars. The Fisker Alaska electric pickup is expected to launch in 2025 with a starting price of $45,400 and a reservation cost of $250. The price of the exotic Fisker Ronin is expected to start at $385,000, and can be reserved for $2,000. We already knew that the Fisker Pear will arrive in mid-2025 with a starting price of $29,900. All prices above are before any incentives.

Fisker Ronin with 1000 horsepower

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The most exciting model is the four-door Fisker Ronin GT sports convertible that will serve as a halo model for the brand and will be produced in limited numbers starting in 2025. The low silhouette with its long hood, slim profile, sculpted rear fenders and dramatic tail send out some Fisker vibes Karma. However, this model comes with a carbon fiber convertible top, four butterfly doors, and a “high-tech luxury” five-seat interior.

More importantly, the Ronin comes equipped with a three-wheel-drive three-wheel drive motor that produces more than 1,000 horsepower, allowing it to accelerate from 0-60 mph (0-97 km/h) in about two seconds. At the same time, it promises a targeted range of more than 600 miles (966 km) between charges.

Fisker Alaska sport utility pickup truck

Perhaps the most anticipated launch is the Fisker Alaska four-door electric pickup that is set to take on the likes of the Ford F-150 Lightning, Chevy Silverado EV, Tesla Cybertruck, Rivian R1T and more. The model shares the FT31 architecture with the Ocean SUV. The company says it has been designed to be the world’s “lightest electric pickup truck” and the most sustainable truck overall, with Henrik Fisker describing it as the “Ferrari of the pickup truck.” It certainly looks sporty with aggressive LED lights on its sculpted face, a clean surface on the side flank, an oversized four-door cabin, and a full-width LED strip at the rear.

The Fisker Alaska is intended to be a “sporty daily commuter” and “ultimately flexible pickup truck.” As for the latter, great practical features include an extendable cargo bed that can range in length from 4.5 feet to 7.5 feet, to 9.2 feet, and a “Houdini bed divider” that can hide away providing easy access to the rear bed from the cabin.

Pears are affordable

Fisker’s Personal Electric Vehicle Revolution (PEAR) is an electric crossover designed for the city that wants to be a “connected mobility device.” The sustainable, mass-market vehicle is based on the SLV-1 architecture, which features a compact body and offers sporty handling.

Fisker promises a lot of practicality for the size, with a roomy six-seat interior, a disappearing tailgate called the “Houdini Trunk,” and a trunk that Fisker likes to call the “Froot.” The production process results in 35% fewer parts being used than competing electric vehicles, contributing to a starting price of less than $30,000. Fisker will offer four levels of PEAR when it goes on sale in mid-2025.

Ocean Offroad Package

New electric vehicle launches were the main focus of the presentation, but Fisker didn’t neglect the Ocean SUV. The company has detailed the Force E off-road package previewed in May 2023.

Force E will be available for Ocean’s Ultra and Extreme AWD models, either as a factory-fit option or as an add-on package. It includes 20-inch wheels with 33-inch tires, an upgraded suspension system with new dampers, higher ground clearance, front and rear skid plates, and underbody protection.

While the optional kit was originally announced in late 2023, availability has been pushed to Q1 2024 with pricing to be announced at a later date.

Sustainability goals

Along with the four electric vehicles, the company also announced the Fisker Blade mainframe computing platform which is said to reduce complexity in future vehicles, starting with PEAR.

“We want the world to know that we have big plans and intend to move into several different sectors, redefining each of them with our unique blend of design, innovation and sustainability,” said Henrik Fisker, Chairman and CEO of the automaker, adding that “by 2027, We intend to produce the world’s first climate-neutral vehicle, and as our customers reshape their relationships with mobility, we want to be a leader in software-defined mobility.

Below you can watch the entire presentation from the event which was streamed live on YouTube:

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