Despite the fact that the Fisker Ocean electric crossover is still very far from the market, the founder of the company Henrik Fisker has already announced that by 2025 the brand’s electric lineup will consist of four models: two crossovers, a sports sedan and a pickup truck.
According to Fisker’s plan, the firstborn will be the aforementioned Fisker Ocean, which does not even have its own platform yet. The developers expect to use a third-party solution VW MEB, but negotiations with Volkswagen on this matter are still ongoing. If the German automaker is unwilling or unable to provide the required number of components, then the announced release date for 2021 is likely to shift to a later date.
The three remaining models are due out in the period from 2023 to 2025, while it is not yet clear in what order. The sports sedan has the best chance of being first, as it will be based on the Fisker EMotion concept already shown to the public in 2018. Henrik Fisker mentioned the pickup, albeit in passing, (he will most likely be called Fisker Alaska), but the fourth novelty has not yet surfaced on the Internet.
The company describes it simply as a “sporty crossover”, so based on the description and image (blue model) it is safe to assume that it will be a cross-coupe (or, if you prefer, a crossover coupe) with a characteristic sloping roofline. The presence of four different models in the line at once should attract a larger number of potential buyers.
Interestingly, there was no place in the new lineup for the Fisker Orbit electric minivan, introduced back in 2017.