Fisker has started taking pre-orders for the second model, a mystery tram known only as Project PEAR at the present time. Developed in conjunction with Taiwan-based software giant Foxconn, the five-seater will be manufactured in Ohio starting in 2024.
PEAR stands for Personal Electric Automotive Revolution, according to the company, and it was introduced as a compact car designed for urban environments. Fisker has released a sketch to preview the car, although it does emphasize that it wants to keep all styling-related details close to the official launch date. Prices will start at $29,900 before taxes and various government incentives get into the equation.
We were told PEAR would feature “intuitive controls, sporty steering, smart storage and a focus on industry firsts,” but the automaker stopped short of providing specifics. body. Foxconn’s involvement should facilitate the task of bringing PEAR to production; It specifically builds iPhones for Apple in China. The car will be built on a new platform called the FP28 internally and designed by both companies.
Customers can add their name to the waitlist by sending Fisker a $250 deposit, and the cost of a second booking drops to $100. Deliveries are expected to begin in 2024, and more details on the Pear will be announced in the coming months. Fisker and Foxconn both plan to build about 250,000 of these models annually, but keep in mind that Fisker has a habit of not sticking to its own timeline. Manufacturing Ocean intersection scheduled to start at the end of 2021 (it will import production in Graz, Austria, a year late with help from contract manufacturer Magna), and emotional sedan launched at CES in 2018 and is expected to launch in 2019 is nowhere to be found.