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EV startup Fisker has been revealing an onslaught of new models following the market launch of its first model, the Ocean electric crossover. Now the brand has fully detailed the third and final new model, the Pear, which slots under the Ocean as the brand's sub-$30K entry-level model. It's expected to begin deliveries in the summer of 2025, offering both single- and dual-motor powertrains, along with tons of quirky features.





The Pear rides on standard 20-inch wheels or even larger optional 22-inch ones, with a curvy, compact body that's shorter than the Tesla Model Y. While the eye-catching car shown here isn't exactly what will hit production in 2025, Fisker says the finished product will be very similar. The car features trendy split headlights up front, with a wraparound windshield that flows into the roof-mounted solar panels before reaching the rear glass, which is outlined by sharp LED taillights.




When it reaches customers, the Pear will be available with two different powertrain options, though Fisker hasn't disclosed exact output as of this writing. The entry-level powertrain mounts a single motor to the rear axle, while buyers can upgrade to a more powerful, dual-motor AWD powertrain. The latter enables a trip from 0-62 mph in 6.8 seconds. Powering the motors will be a choice of two separate battery capacities, which will offer ranges of either 180 or 320 miles. Meanwhile, better numbers will come in the form of a high-performance Extreme variant, which Fisker has confirmed for a launch at a later date.


The Pear will also deliver decent performance in terms of computing power, as it debuts the brand's Fisker Blade High-Performance Computer, which was designed completely in-house. It packs up to 6.2 TFLOPs, all in a modular, fully upgradable package that the company says was made with cyber-security in mind. The Pear's other systems use a multi-gigabit internal Ethernet network to connect to the computer for high-speed networking and diagnostics.



While all Fiskers have debuted at least one cool, interesting feature, the Pear goes all in on quirks. The most notable is called the "Houdini" trunk, which features a tailgate that completely vanishes into the rear bumper. This allows for easy cargo access without a lifted tailgate in the way, and Fisker says that the production version will operate more quickly than the one found in the prototype. Like most EVs, the Pear takes advantage of the empty space under the hood with a frunk, though Fisker likes to call it the "froot," or front boot. Buyers can even opt for the area to be insulated, allowing for storage of food and drinks.




The Pear's lack of moving parts inside allows for a simple interior, which according to Fisker, contributes to lower costs and improved durability. Customers can choose between 5 or 6 seats, with the latter adding a front jump seat rather than a third row. Fisker claims that the cabin materials are recycled and bio-based, making the Pear among the most sustainable EVs in its class. The dashboard is painted in blue, featuring a single display in the center that serves as both the digital instrument cluster and the infotainment screen. The display is quite small for an EV, though screen-hungry buyers can fix that with an optional 17.1-inch rotating display, which is quite similar to the one seen in the larger Fisker Ocean. The Pear is also available with a "Lounge Mode," in which all the seats fold flat to create a large space for various uses.


Fisker will reveal a production version of the Pear at the Munich Motor Show in Germany, and it will be on display from September 4-10. The company plans to begin rolling the first Pears off the line at Foxconn's Ohio production facility in 2025, with the first deliveries slated for July of that year. Pricing is promised to undercut $30,000.


What do you think of the Fisker Pear?

Image Credits: Fisker
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Fisker Fully Reveals Pear Electric Crossover With Up To 320 Miles Of Range

Production will take place at Foxconn's Ohio plant starting in July 2025.

EV startup Fisker has been revealing an onslaught of new models following the market launch of its first model, the Ocean electric crossover. Now the brand has fully detailed the third and final new model, the Pear, which slots under the Ocean as the brand's sub-$30K entry-level model. It's expected to begin deliveries in the summer of 2025, offering both single- and dual-motor powertrains, along with tons of quirky features.





The Pear rides on standard 20-inch wheels or even larger optional 22-inch ones, with a curvy, compact body that's shorter than the Tesla Model Y. While the eye-catching car shown here isn't exactly what will hit production in 2025, Fisker says the finished product will be very similar. The car features trendy split headlights up front, with a wraparound windshield that flows into the roof-mounted solar panels before reaching the rear glass, which is outlined by sharp LED taillights.




When it reaches customers, the Pear will be available with two different powertrain options, though Fisker hasn't disclosed exact output as of this writing. The entry-level powertrain mounts a single motor to the rear axle, while buyers can upgrade to a more powerful, dual-motor AWD powertrain. The latter enables a trip from 0-62 mph in 6.8 seconds. Powering the motors will be a choice of two separate battery capacities, which will offer ranges of either 180 or 320 miles. Meanwhile, better numbers will come in the form of a high-performance Extreme variant, which Fisker has confirmed for a launch at a later date.


The Pear will also deliver decent performance in terms of computing power, as it debuts the brand's Fisker Blade High-Performance Computer, which was designed completely in-house. It packs up to 6.2 TFLOPs, all in a modular, fully upgradable package that the company says was made with cyber-security in mind. The Pear's other systems use a multi-gigabit internal Ethernet network to connect to the computer for high-speed networking and diagnostics.



While all Fiskers have debuted at least one cool, interesting feature, the Pear goes all in on quirks. The most notable is called the "Houdini" trunk, which features a tailgate that completely vanishes into the rear bumper. This allows for easy cargo access without a lifted tailgate in the way, and Fisker says that the production version will operate more quickly than the one found in the prototype. Like most EVs, the Pear takes advantage of the empty space under the hood with a frunk, though Fisker likes to call it the "froot," or front boot. Buyers can even opt for the area to be insulated, allowing for storage of food and drinks.




The Pear's lack of moving parts inside allows for a simple interior, which according to Fisker, contributes to lower costs and improved durability. Customers can choose between 5 or 6 seats, with the latter adding a front jump seat rather than a third row. Fisker claims that the cabin materials are recycled and bio-based, making the Pear among the most sustainable EVs in its class. The dashboard is painted in blue, featuring a single display in the center that serves as both the digital instrument cluster and the infotainment screen. The display is quite small for an EV, though screen-hungry buyers can fix that with an optional 17.1-inch rotating display, which is quite similar to the one seen in the larger Fisker Ocean. The Pear is also available with a "Lounge Mode," in which all the seats fold flat to create a large space for various uses.


Fisker will reveal a production version of the Pear at the Munich Motor Show in Germany, and it will be on display from September 4-10. The company plans to begin rolling the first Pears off the line at Foxconn's Ohio production facility in 2025, with the first deliveries slated for July of that year. Pricing is promised to undercut $30,000.


What do you think of the Fisker Pear?

Image Credits: Fisker

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