With the Pear, Fisker goes downmarket. This model with an original look should have a base price of around €30,000… but with a small autonomy.
Unveiled stealthily during a conference in early August, the Pear finally shows itself from every angle. This model will be Fisker’s entry-level offering. Henrik Fisker, the firm’s boss, explains: “We created this vehicle based on the idea that young people living in the world’s big cities need innovative, versatile and affordable mobility”.
Its base price will indeed be eye-catching. In the United States, Fisker announces $29,900. With us, it should be around 30,000 €. As a reminder, the brand’s first SUV, the Ocean, starts at €41,900 in France excluding bonuses. The Pear will still be an imposing entry-level, since it stretches over 4.55 meters, against 4.77 meters for the Ocean.
The manufacturer explains that the Pear uses a new light steel structure. He reduced the number of parts by 35%. The Pear stands out with an original silhouette, with for example a windshield that overflows on the sides, creating a break in the amount. Amount that visually extends above the doors and falls afterwards. At the back, the light signature goes around the bezel.
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The trunk has a special feature. Named Houdini, it disappears completely: the window and the body descend behind the bumper. Very practical for accessing the hold in a cramped space. At the front, there is a drawer type chest. Special feature, it will be offered with an insulating option, which allows you to keep objects warm or cold. This also prevents odors in the passenger compartment.
Basically, the model has five seats, but there can be six. The passenger seat is replaced by a two-seater bench. The rear bench seat folds down to form a flat floor, which makes it possible to form a “lounge” space for resting. The manufacturer indicates that the cabin is designed in a sustainable way, without fragile moving parts, with recycled materials. There will be an optional 17.1-inch rotating screen. The Pear will be the first model to feature the in-house designed computer, the Fisker Blade.
The Pear will be offered with two battery sizes. The basic version will have a range of 320 km. A small autonomy therefore, which facilitates the price of hanging at 30,000 €! The top of the range will have a range of 560 km. There will be a rear-wheel drive version and an all-wheel drive. A top of the range Extreme is planned.
Interested in this model? You will have to be patient. Deliveries will not begin until the summer of 2025. The vehicle must be assembled in the United States, with the help of Foxconn.