The first image we saw of the 2025 Fisker Alaska electric truck that will be available in 2020 was thought to be an error, with one image of the rear of a slender, rugged truck with big tires uploaded by famous creator Henrik Fisker. Fisker Chief Executive Officer Henrik Fisker online, which was quickly deleted. The company has since announced that a vehicle is being developed and is dubbed the Alaska built of the modular vehicle system designed to power a variety of brand new Fisker vehicles.
The automaker’s startup revealed further information about Fisker Alaska at an event in California today, showcasing its vision of an all-electric truck that is expected to compete with the similar models of Rivian R1T and the Tesla Cybertruck electric vehicles.
2025 Fisker Alaska EV Pickup Review
This year, Fisker announced to Autocar it was indeed an electric car that was actually in development and the CEO stated the following: “If Ferrari were to do a pick-up, this is what it’d be like.” The exec also said that the Alaska model would provide a unique way to make pickups practical like the brand’s “Houdini Trunk” feature on the Pear EV SUV and drop-down rear cargo windows on the Ocean EV SUV. The report said that the vehicle might get an upgraded model of Ocean E-V’s FM29 platform, as well as the Ocean’s 113-kWh battery pack as a possibility of power options The Ocean has an EPA-estimated 360 miles with a full charge, and can be powered by between 468 to 564 horsepower (the one that is the most powerful when it is fully charged in the controversially-limited increase mode).
Fisker confirmed the extended platform at the evening’s gathering, calling the modified version FT31 which is positioned between a mid-sized and compact pickup, with the 4.5-foot bed. To make it stand out The Alaska comes with a pass-through gate beneath the cabin’s rear window. It also raises away from the cabin to create a huge opening for a 7.5-foot-long bed (including the backs of second-row seats that fold down) as well as 9.6 feet from the edge of the tailgate that is open.
The automaker claims that it will be the most sustainable, from the materials through production. It will also be the lightest electric pickup truck. It has an estimated range of 300 to 340 miles when fully charged but no announcement of the specific battery size was announced at this time. The CEO claims that it has the world’s biggest cup holder and a second-row cowboy hat rack on the roof. The company’s “California mode” with all windows closed will be carried over to Alaska except the window at the mid-gate of the bed.
2025 Fisker Alaska EV Pickup Price & Release Date
Prices will begin at around $45,400 after federal incentives are taken into consideration which would make the estimated take-home value down to $37,900 in the starting model. The production goal is December 2024, however, the CEO claimed that”people” from his “people” told him the first quarter of 2025. It is believed that the Fisker Ocean EV SUV is currently being manufactured under a contract with Magna Steyr of Europe which also produces customized models for a variety of other brands within the Graz, Austria facility.
There are plans to establish an alliance with Foxconn to produce this Fisker Pear EV SUV in the U.S. around mid-2025 following the Ocean’s launch in the world. in an interview on CNBC in the last week of January, Fisker suggested a new Ocean-based model will be made along with the Pear in conjunction with Foxconn within the U.S., but did not mention it would be an Alaska pickup at the time.