Out in 2024, the Fisker PEAR Electric Crossover SUV will be built at a former GM plant in Ohio
Fisker Inc. has revealed their Fisker PEAR electric crossover SUV, available in 2024 and will start at a cost of $29,900. The Pear, which stands for “Personal Electric Automotive Revolution”, will be an all-electric, zero-missions five-passenger small crossover SUV.
Sitting below the Fisker Ocean, the company’s first electric crossover set to begin production in November 2022, the Fisker Pear electric crossover SUV should deliver a driving range of around 250 miles per charge. Despite its appealingly inexpensive price, the small electric crossover ought to have some ingenious technology features and upmarket aesthetics when it debuts in 2024.
“The PEAR will be a revolutionary electric vehicle that won’t fit into any existing segment. The exterior design will feature new lighting technology and a wraparound front windscreen inspired by a glider plane glass canopy, enhancing frontal vision,” said Fisker Chairman and CEO Henrik Fisker. “Our engineering group is working on new features and high-tech solutions for the PEAR that will change how we use and enjoy a vehicle in the city,” Fisker said.
The American EV automaker is promising “intuitive controls, sporty driving, clever storage, and a focus on industry firsts” for the Fisker PEAR electric crossover SUV. For its production, Fisker has partnered with Foxconn, a Taiwanese electronics manufacturer. The Pear will be built in Foxconn’s Lordstown Assembly plant in Ohio, which the company purchased last fall.
According to Fisker, the PEAR will be delivered starting in 2024 with a minimum initial production of 250,000 units each year. Fisker hasn’t specified which trim levels the PEAR will be available in but the base model will cost roughly $30,000 before federal tax breaks. Reservations are currently live on the Fisker website, with the first reservation costing $250 and the second reservation costing $100.