FIRST LOOK: Fisker Pear – Is the new Fisker the best electric car ? | Electrifying

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You might not have actually heard of yet, but the business is being touted as the next Tesla – if they can navigate their way through some choppy financial waters and finally get production started. The Ocean SUV is due in the UK next year and is a truly ingenious automobile. This is the company's 2nd model and it appears like another peach – it's the .

Fisker has revealed more information its 'city car', which is due to follow the bigger Ocean SUV into production in 2025. It will have 2 battery choices, providing declared varieties of 198 or 320 miles variety and a beginning price which damages a Corsa at โ‚ค 30,900.

The Pear will be integrated in the US in collaboration with Foxconn, the business which is best known for its huge iPhone assembly factories in China. It utilizes a light-weight steel body structure which Fisker declares utilizes 35% less parts than a conventional electric vehicle. But that doesn't imply it's a small cars and truck, and at 4,550 mm it's actually longer than a Nissan Qashqai

Besides its lightweight and cheap-to-manufacture structure and drivertrain, the Pear functions many smart functions to make life easier for metropolitan chauffeurs. These consist of a bootlid which slides down into the back bumper, an insulated 'frunk' for keeping takeaways warm and a van-like bench front seat which turns it into a six-seater.

Join Ginny as she takes a closer look at the Pear for the very first time and delivers the .com verdict. What do you think of the Fisker? As always, we enjoy to hear your remarks so get typing below.


28 responses to “FIRST LOOK: Fisker Pear – Is the new Fisker the best electric car ? | Electrifying”

  1. Mr SWR Avatar
    Mr SWR

    Ginny matching the outfit to the Car priceless ๐Ÿ˜‚

    1. Jude Brown Avatar
      Jude Brown

      Yeah, she did that with the VW the other day too, so it’s definitely a thing she likes to do! Can you imagine: respected car journalist gets detailed spec of car, “yeah but but what colour is it?!๐Ÿ˜…

  2. James Elliott Avatar
    James Elliott

    Love the look of this!

  3. Paul B Avatar
    Paul B

    This kind of car is what the market wants. Great design and very practical. Would certainly buy 1 if they ever get produced and are reliable.

  4. Steve Hardy Avatar
    Steve Hardy

    I love the build quality of the steering colum at 6:20

    1. Mika Filtenborg Avatar
      Mika Filtenborg

      Its just a concept carmodel ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

    2. Steven Jones Avatar
      Steven Jones

      “Janky” is the word that immediately popped into my head. ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

    3. Bioniq Bob Avatar
      Bioniq Bob

      Looks like it was made out of Legos.

  5. Gareth Walker Avatar
    Gareth Walker

    Sounds great, but do you remember the price level the Ora Cat was supposed to be. IF they can make it and IF they can keep to the price level it could be very interesting.

    1. Anthony Collingridge Avatar
      Anthony Collingridge

      Same strap line being wheeled out for the new VW GTi concept. Doubt this brand will ever reach our shores in RHD form either.

    2. Bruce Robinson Avatar
      Bruce Robinson

      The Ora Cat was dead on arrival following the price rise and the appalling launch vehicle configuration.

    3. Gareth Walker Avatar
      Gareth Walker

      @Bruce Robinson My point exactly. We were told it was going to be around ยฃ25k. At that price point we could have forgiven some of the dreadful mistakes, name included, but not at the eventual cost.

    4. mat pat Avatar
      mat pat

      โ€‹@Anthony Collingridgethere’s already RHD Oceans in the UK and customer deliveries are due to start shortly.

  6. Bruce Graham Avatar
    Bruce Graham

    Thank you for showing us this car. We will hold our nerve that this company can deliver this car to the uk๐ŸŽ‰

  7. anamericangypsy Avatar

    I sure hope this makes it to market. Here in the US we miss out on a many or most of the nice smaller EVs. I currently have a 2017 Kia Soul EV and love it… but wouldn’t mind more range and was saddened that the new Soul never came to us… same with the VW ID 2ALL and so many others. a year and a half wait though is a while for a company teetering on bankruptcy; I do hope it makes it!

  8. Bruce Robinson Avatar
    Bruce Robinson

    Take my money now. The space in the back of the car, the range and tail gate and price, trump the Volvo EX30 by a huge margin.
    Iโ€™d love to see this come with the HUD as a safety feature.
    Absolutely love the look and practicality of this car โค

  9. Anthony Stevens Avatar
    Anthony Stevens

    As a concept right off the vine it’s a very interesting car. I would hope that this version gets a few changes to the interior though as right now it’s taking the pip. Let’s hop that the production version when it ripens bears fruit.

  10. KevinN Avatar

    When I first saw it I thought, oh no it’s another small car that won’t have any range, but after seeing you sit in it and stand in front of it, I’m guessing it’s bigger than expected. I just wish Fisker can sort out it’s production and software.

  11. Woodcote Avatar

    With the front bench, the back seat looks slightly claustrophobic and may cause car sickness not being able to see between the usual gap in the front seats. Hopefully they will offer a center console version too. I need my arm rest ๐Ÿ˜Š

  12. John Doyle Avatar
    John Doyle

    Thanks, lets hope it makes it to the UK at this price point, it would do very well as a not too many frills 6 seater.

  13. Rob Verleg Avatar
    Rob Verleg

    Beautiful car, love the colour too ๐Ÿ‘

  14. James Jones Avatar
    James Jones

    I remember seating with one of my Grandpa’s car where two people can sit in the front, and if this thing becomes true I’ll applaud. I understand safety reasons why not but I hope this thing becomes true.

  15. MonsterPatBro Avatar

    What a slick looking affordable car, with some really cool features. I would definitely be interested in getting one of these.

  16. MrVegas Avatar

    Dang she is supercute lots of dad jokes and a awesome ride. Checks all the boxes. lol. The Pear is off to a great start but you can’t get to minimal with what it offers on the dash. The dash at this point looks more like empty supermarket shelves during Covid in the US. People will expect what they already recognize in a car’s dashboard and to strip those things will narrow the audience. Otherwise, its off to a great start.

  17. Ian Weetman | Ion + The Spectres of Light Avatar
    Ian Weetman | Ion + The Spectres of Light

    This is the car the world needs. I just hope Fisker survives long enough to get this into production because if it does it will sell gangbusters especially in places like Canada where small cars and CUV’s rule the roost…

  18. Bryan davies Avatar
    Bryan davies

    Has Buckley hit the Lambrini? Sheโ€™s gone bananas. What a great, fun introduction to the Pear.

    I too hope Fisker โ€˜make itโ€™. The waiting list for the Ocean is now massive, and it deserves to sell. Letโ€™s hope the Pear gets to market asap and creates them a big fat positive cash flow.

  19. Monkey**nuts Avatar

    Fisker is without a doubt the most exciting new EV brand Iโ€™ve seen in years. The Ocean SUV is genuinely impressive and deserves to do well.

  20. Nathan Wolf Avatar
    Nathan Wolf

    I am so frustrated! I have to change my car this year. Iโ€™d have loved to put a Pear on the drive. It has massive a-peal. It would make a superb car for us disabled drivers. I hope it end up on Motability. I look forward to my first drive review.

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