Fisker has grand plans for the future.

The electric car startup today previewed its Ronin supercar, Pear hatchback, and Alaska ute, along with an adventure-focused version of the Ocean SUV. All are electric, none are being delivered to customers just yet.

Reservations from the Ronin (US$2000) and Alaska (US$250) are open now.

The trio of new cars will join the Ocean electric SUV in the Fisker range.

Fisker Pear

The Fisker Pear (that’s Personal Electric Automotive Revolution) is a compact electric hatchback targeting a sub-US$30,000 price tag. Four trim levels will be offered, if it gets off the ground.

Claimed range is expected to be around 480km, but the car is still a long way from production.

At this stage, Fisker intends to roll it out in the middle of 2025.

Five- and six-seat interiors will be offered, the latter of which will feature a three-seat front bench. The boot will open in a unique way, with the lid rolling into the rear bumper in a bid to make loading awkward items easier in confined spaces.

Fisker Ronin

Could this beat the Tesla Roadster to market?

The Ronin is a four-door convertible designed to call the Karma to mind. Its roof is a carbon-fibre hardtop, and under the skin hides a battery integrated directly into the chassis.

Fisker claims just shy of 1000km of range on a single charge, and a 100km/h sprint time of around two seconds thanks to its triple-motor all-wheel drive system.

Those figures would put it into direct competition with the Tesla Roadster revealed in 2017, and due to hit production in 2020. As of right now, there’s no indication of when it will hit production.

Fisker is targeting a late-2025 launch for the USA.

Fisker Alaska

The electric ute space is booming, and Fisker wants a slice of the pie.

The Alaska will be available with multiple cargo configurations, according to Fisker, with a bed that can be extended from 1.4m long to a whopping 2.8m long.

Fisker says it’ll be the lightest electric ute in the world, and wants it to be to be the most sustainable as well.

It’s targeting a range of between 370km and 550km, and a starting price of US$45,000 for when it goes on sale in 2025.

Scott Collie

Scott Collie is an automotive journalist based in Melbourne, Australia. Scott studied journalism at RMIT University and, after a lifelong obsession with everything automotive, started covering the car industry shortly afterwards. He has a passion for travel, and is an avid Melbourne Demons supporter.

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