Fisker Pear’s teaser campaign continues as the company releases its first internal sketch.
Designed to appeal to a “metropolitan lifestyle”, the cabin has a minimalist design that seems to be devoid of most buttons and switches. Instead, most features will be controlled by a floating infotainment system.
There’s not much left to see, but the Pear seems to have wood trim and illuminated accents. We can also see a panoramic glass roof and two-tone upholstery. Fisker also revealed that the model would have “new levels of storage for its segment” as well as a “howdy trunk” being billed as an “alternative to the traditional rear cargo hatch”.
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We’ll learn more in the coming months as prototypes begin testing later this year The model will debut in the second half of 2023 before going into production in Ohio in 2024.
Pisces will be offered with rear- and all-wheel drive while Fisker is tight-lipped on specific issues. There will also be two battery packs with a Hyper Range variant, aimed at providing a range of more than 310 miles (499 km). The company further revealed that the model will offer a SolarSky panoramic roof, which has solar panels designed to collect solar energy and recharge the car while parking.
Fisker has already received more than 3,200 reservations for PEAR, and CEO Henrik Fisker said the model would be a “revolutionary mobility device, designed for city dwellers.” He added, “The Fisker Pear’s great new features and technology – and affordable price below $ 29,900 – are specifically designed for future customers.”
Speaking of reservations, more than 50,000 people have signed up for Ocean, which is set to go into production on November 17th.