The Fisker Alaska electric pickup is the latest addition to the electrified commercial work truck market. - Photo: Fisker

The Fisker Alaska electric pickup is the latest addition to the electrified commercial work truck market. 

Photo: Fisker

Fisker Inc. showcased its future vehicle lineup in Huntington Beach, California. The Manhattan Beach, California-based carmaker presented four vehicles and 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 offroad 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. A few of which will make an ideal addition to commercial fleets. 

“Fisker isn’t standing still,” said Fisker, who just a week earlier had been in Austria to meet with journalists participating in the company’s first major drive event for the Fisker Ocean, launched in November of 2022. “We want the world to know that we have big plans and intend to move into several segments, redefining each with our unique blend of design, innovation, and sustainability. 

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

After the reveal, reservations were opened for the Fisker Alaska ($250 for the first reservation, $100 fully refundable reservation for the second). 

What is the Fisker Alaska Electric Pickup Truck? 

Fisker Alaska is Fisker’s versatile, advanced, and powerful all-electric four-door pickup truck.  

  • Built on an extended adaptation of Fisker Ocean’s platform called the FT31, Alaska is a sporty everyday ride and a highly flexible utility pickup. 
  • 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 that hides away to connect the cargo bed and rear cabin. 
  • Designed to be the world’s lightest EV pickup truck. 
  • Designed to be the world’s most sustainable truck. 
  • It shares the Fisker Ocean’s modern design DNA and fast, road-holding EV performance and has a projected range of 230-340 miles. 
  • Deliveries are expected in 2025 and priced starting at $45,400 before incentives. 
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