The CEO Henrik Fisker finally took the wraps off of his long-teased 2025 Fisker Pear Compact All-Electric SUV offering practical gadgets and a modern, sporty look for a brand that’s just beginning to establish its footing. The sleek exterior style draws inspiration from all of the company’s new lineup, which includes the bigger Ocean EV SUV and the newly-revealed Fisker Ronin EV, which is a four-door, five-seat convertible GT vehicle. There’s no way to say the man isn’t trying.
2025 Fisker Pear EV Redesign
A key element of the interior design of the 2025 Fisker Pear was functionality and adaptability. One illustration is the standard armrest which is a single design that can fit into each of the four doors for efficiency. Also obviously the much-hyped Houdini trunk, which instead of a traditional, long liftgate that runs to the back, there’s a lower section that is lowered into the body of the vehicle, and the top glass strays away for a wide opening. In addition, there’s an option for a six-seater version of the 2025 Fisker Pear that has just 2 rows: three across in the front row, and three across the 2nd row. It is also available in a five-seater version with two seats in the front, and a storage bin between the seats.
SLV1 Platform + Supercomputer
The Ocean Electric Vehicle’s FM29 technology is also believed to be the foundation for a planned Alaska-based electric pickup truck, this Pear was developed on the initial version of Fisker’s brand-new Simple Light Volume Platform, Fisker CEO John C. Smith announced. Software-defined Pear will be able to process its intricate combination of technologies using internal development for its own “supercomputer” dubbed the Fisker Blade by a team headed by Fisker’s Chief Technology Officer Burkhard Huhnke. This will include in addition to this that the Pear can be used to provide over-the-air updates that can be used to quickly fix bugs as well as system improvements. The supercomputer claims to provide 6.2 trillion of teraflops of computing power, which is said to be at par with competitors.
2025 Fisker Pear EV Price
Henrik Fisker claimed on stage that the 2025 Fisker Pear price will begin at $29,900 before federal incentives, making the estimated take-home cost close to $23,000 for the base model. Fisker claims that the development and design are complete on the design, as well as that supplier contracts are being negotiated and the price will likely remain. We’ll find out after the suppliers’ opinions are heard. The details of the production were not disclosed during the live event however Fisker did confirm that the 2025 Fisker Pear will be available around mid-2025.