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Fisker Inc. unveiled its forthcoming vehicle lineup in Huntington Beach, California. The carmaker, headquartered in Manhattan Beach, California, introduced an array of vehicles and showcased their technology and sustainability visions to an audience comprising investors, analysts, employees, and the media.
Leading the event was Chairman and CEO Henrik Fisker, who presented an impressive lineup including the Fisker Ocean SUV equipped with a Force-E offroad package, the high-performance Fisker Ronin grand-touring convertible boasting over 1,000 horsepower, the environmentally conscious Fisker PEAR city EV, and what Work Truck readers are excited about: the all-electric Fisker Alaska pickup truck. Several of these vehicles hold potential for integration into commercial fleets.
Following the presentation, reservations commenced for the Fisker Alaska pickup truck, with the first reservation priced at $250 and the second requiring a fully refundable deposit of $100.
What Characterizes the Fisker Alaska Electric Pickup Truck?
The Fisker Alaska is an all-electric four-door pickup truck. Utilizing an extended adaptation of the Fisker Ocean's platform named the FT31, the Alaska is a dynamic everyday vehicle as well as an exceptionally adaptable utility pickup.
Designed to accommodate diverse cargo configurations, it features an extendable cargo bed ranging from 4.5 feet to 7.5 feet and even up to 9.2 feet. Additionally, it incorporates a Houdini bed divider that can be stowed away to connect the cargo bed and rear cabin. The Alaska aims to be the world's lightest EV pickup truck, emphasizing sustainability within its design.
Mirroring the Fisker Ocean's contemporary design DNA and agile electric vehicle performance, the Alaska boasts an estimated range of 230-340 miles. Anticipated deliveries are scheduled for 2025, with a starting price of $45,400 before accounting for incentives. This marks an exciting progression in the burgeoning market of electric trucks in 2022 and beyond.