Fisker has announced its 2022 fiscal year results, reflecting on a productive year and offering a taste of what’s to come with additional images and info about the upcoming Pear, a sub-$30 000 electric crossover. Meanwhile, prospective Ocean customers can now configure their car, pricing included.
Fisker closed its fiscal year 2022 with a lower-than-anticipated expenditure. Preparations for the launch of the Ocean electric SUV later this year are on schedule. US and European homologation is underway, followed by regulatory approval and, shortly after that, customer deliveries.
Pear coming in 2024
But Fisker is betting on more than one horse to establish itself in the EV marketplace. The second model, the more budget-oriented Pear (Personal Electric Automotive Revolution), is expected in 2024. The 4,50 meters long crossover will be built in collaboration with Foxconn for $29 900.
Fisker has shared some additional images of the Pear, showing its wraparound light strip at the rear. To keep costs down, the interior of the Pear will be mostly barebones, centered around the Blade Computer unit, handling most vehicle functions. Fisker promises a range of over 300 miles (480 km).
Configurator for the Ocean
Fisker’s first model, Ocean, is currently under launch in both the US and in six EV-friendly European countries (Austria, Germany, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, and France), with the UK, Switzerland, Netherlands, and Belgium to follow later in 2023. It’s a 4,78 meters long SUV produced by Magna Steyr in Austria.
Customers can now configure their Ocean, which starts at €46 600 in France for the base-level Sport and goes up to €69 950 for the fully-equipped Ocean One Launch Edition, which will be replaced by the Ocean Xtreme after the initial launch run.
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