The inadvertent online revelation of the Fisker Alaska all-electric truck in 2020, featuring a rugged rear end and robust tires, was initially dismissed as a mistake. Fisker CEO Henrik Fisker posted an image online, only to swiftly remove it. However, this seemingly accidental reveal sparked intrigue, and company later confirmed the development of a truck named 2025 Fisker Alaska. This electric pickup is built upon the modular electric vehicle platform designed to accommodate a range of new Fisker vehicles, emphasizing the brand’s commitment to innovation and sustainability.
Recent details about the Fisker Alaska were unveiled at an event in California, presenting Fisker’s interpretation of an all-electric truck poised to compete with formidable rivals like the Rivian R1T and Tesla Cybertruck EVs.
What We Know So Far?
Earlier in the year, Fisker disclosed to Autocar that an electric truck was in the works, with the CEO drawing an intriguing parallel, stating, “If Ferrari were to do a pick-up, this is what it’d be like.” The Alaska design was promised to deliver a fresh approach to pickup practicality, drawing inspiration from Fisker’s unique features like the “Houdini Trunk” on the Pear EV SUV and the drop-down rear cargo windows on the Ocean EV SUV.
2025 Fisker Alaska New Platform
Reports suggested that the Fisker Alaska might adopt an extended version of the Ocean EV’s FM29 platform, potentially featuring the Ocean’s 113 kWh battery pack as one of the power options. The Ocean, known for its EPA-estimated range of 360 miles on a full charge, offers a power range between 468-564 horsepower, the latter available in a controversially limited boost mode.
Confirmation came at the recent event where Fisker introduced the stretched platform, labeled the FT31, positioning it between a compact and midsize pickup with a 4.5-foot bed. Setting itself apart, the Alaska incorporates a pass-through gate beneath the cabin’s rear window, rising for a spacious opening, resulting in a 7.5-foot-long bed (including the folded-down second-row seats) and 9.6 feet to the edge of the open tailgate.
2025 Fisker Alaska Range
Fisker asserts that the Alaska will be the world’s most sustainable and lightest all-electric pickup truck, focusing on sustainability from materials to production. The anticipated range is approximately 230 to 340 miles on a full charge, though specifics about the battery pack size remain undisclosed. CEO Henrik Fisker adds a touch of humor, claiming the truck will feature the world’s largest cup holder and a second-row cowboy hat holder on the roof. The popular “California mode” with all windows down will also be a feature, including the mid-gate bed window.
The starting price for the Fisker Alaska is set at around $45,400 before federal incentives, potentially bringing the entry-level model’s take-home price down to approximately $37,900. The target for production is December 2024, with a slight mention from the CEO that his “people” suggested a potential delay to the first quarter of 2025.
Currently, the Fisker Ocean EV SUV is manufactured under a contract by Magna Steyr in Europe. Plans are in motion for a partnership with Foxconn to produce the Fisker Pear EV SUV in the U.S. around mid-2025 following the global launch of the Ocean. In a recent CNBC interview, Henrik Fisker hinted at a new Ocean-based model to be built alongside the Pear with Foxconn in the U.S., without specifying that it would be the Alaska pickup. Preorders for each new vehicle from the startup are supposedly available on Fisker’s website. The Fisker Alaska not only signals the brand’s entry into the competitive electric truck market but also underscores Fisker’s commitment to pioneering design and sustainable practices.