The Fisker PEAR teaser campaign continues as the company releases the first sketch of the interior.
There is a minimalist design of the cabin, designed to please the “metropolitan lifestyle”, which seems to be largely devoid of buttons and switches. Instead, many features will be managed through a pop-up entertainment system.
There isn’t much to see, but PEAR seems to have a wooden finish and illuminated accents. We can also see the panoramic glass ceiling and two-tone cladding. Fisker also said the model will have a “new level of storage for its segment” as well as a “Hudini mast” that is considered an “alternative to traditional rear cargo hatches.”
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We will know more in the coming months, as the prototypes will be tested later this year. The model will debut in the second half of 2023, before being launched in Ohio in 2024.
While Fisker doesn’t listen to specifications, the PEAR is offered with a rear and all-wheel drive. There will also be two battery packs, including the Hyper Range version, which is designed to cover a distance of more than 310 miles (499 km). The company also said that the model will offer a panoramic roof SolarSky, which has solar panels to collect solar energy and charge the car when parked.
Fisker has already received more than 3,200 comments for PEAR, and CEO Henrik Fisker said the model would be a “revolutionary mobility device for city dwellers.” He added: “Fisker PEAR’s amazing new features and technologies – and affordable prices below $ 29,900 – are designed specifically for the future consumer.”
As for bookings, more than 50,000 people have signed up for Ocean, which will go into production on November 17.