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After spilling the details on its pricey Ronin grand tourer, EV startup Fisker has now fully revealed its Alaska pickup truck. Based on a modified version of the Ocean SUV's FM31 platform, Fisker touts the Alaska as being the lightest, most sustainable truck ever, and it hits production in the first quarter of 2025.




At launch, the Alaska will offer battery capacities of either 75.0 or 113.0 kWh. The smaller battery will offer a middling range of 230 miles, while the larger one will deliver 340 miles of range. While these numbers aren't exactly as impressive as the range-topping Ocean Extreme or the flagship Ronin, Fisker says these estimates could change in the future.


The Alaska will be capable of accelerating from 0-60 mph in a swift 3.9 seconds, but this time will vary widely based on powertrains, as the slowest Alaska model will have a time of 7.2 seconds. Being based on the existing Ocean SUV, the Alaska will likely offer similar powertrains, which means more expensive models could offer a dual-motor, all-wheel drive powertrain. In the Ocean, this setup makes 550 hp, while entry-level models of the SUV produce 275 hp.




Like the rest of the Fisker lineup, the Alaska isn't without some nifty features. The first is what Fisker calls the Houdini trunk, shared with the upcoming Pear crossover. On the Alaska, the feature allows the mid-gate to roll down electronically and disappear under the cargo floor. With the mid-gate open and the rear seats folded flat, this enables the Alaska's small 4.5-foot bed to be extended to a roomy 9.2 feet. Fisker says the rear seats also feature panels that can fold up to protect the seatbacks when the mid-gate is lowered.


The other unique features in the Alaska are quirky, if not completely random, as they include a massive "big gulp cupholder," a roof-mounted strap that serves as a cowboy hat holder, and a stowaway tablet holder for the front passenger.





When the Alaska enters production in 2025, it will be built in the United States, but Fisker hasn't finalized the exact location yet. Regardless, Fisker claims a starting price of $45,400 before incentives, and interested buyers can already place a $250 reservation for the truck.


Would you buy the Alaska over the larger electric trucks from Ford and GM?

Image Credits: Fisker
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Aug 17, 2023
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Fisker Alaska Detailed As A Funky, $45,400 Electric Pickup

The Alaska features a mid-gate that electronically lowers to expand the bed.

After spilling the details on its pricey Ronin grand tourer, EV startup Fisker has now fully revealed its Alaska pickup truck. Based on a modified version of the Ocean SUV's FM31 platform, Fisker touts the Alaska as being the lightest, most sustainable truck ever, and it hits production in the first quarter of 2025.




At launch, the Alaska will offer battery capacities of either 75.0 or 113.0 kWh. The smaller battery will offer a middling range of 230 miles, while the larger one will deliver 340 miles of range. While these numbers aren't exactly as impressive as the range-topping Ocean Extreme or the flagship Ronin, Fisker says these estimates could change in the future.


The Alaska will be capable of accelerating from 0-60 mph in a swift 3.9 seconds, but this time will vary widely based on powertrains, as the slowest Alaska model will have a time of 7.2 seconds. Being based on the existing Ocean SUV, the Alaska will likely offer similar powertrains, which means more expensive models could offer a dual-motor, all-wheel drive powertrain. In the Ocean, this setup makes 550 hp, while entry-level models of the SUV produce 275 hp.




Like the rest of the Fisker lineup, the Alaska isn't without some nifty features. The first is what Fisker calls the Houdini trunk, shared with the upcoming Pear crossover. On the Alaska, the feature allows the mid-gate to roll down electronically and disappear under the cargo floor. With the mid-gate open and the rear seats folded flat, this enables the Alaska's small 4.5-foot bed to be extended to a roomy 9.2 feet. Fisker says the rear seats also feature panels that can fold up to protect the seatbacks when the mid-gate is lowered.


The other unique features in the Alaska are quirky, if not completely random, as they include a massive "big gulp cupholder," a roof-mounted strap that serves as a cowboy hat holder, and a stowaway tablet holder for the front passenger.





When the Alaska enters production in 2025, it will be built in the United States, but Fisker hasn't finalized the exact location yet. Regardless, Fisker claims a starting price of $45,400 before incentives, and interested buyers can already place a $250 reservation for the truck.


Would you buy the Alaska over the larger electric trucks from Ford and GM?

Image Credits: Fisker

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Fisker Alaska Detailed As A Funky, $45,400 Electric Pickup

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