The 2025 Fisker Alaska is a full-size electric pickup truck developed by Fisker Alaska. The 2025 Fisker Alaska will be the second all-new product in Fisker’s ambitious four-car product portfolio. The Fisker EV startup plans to launch a budget SUV called Pear and a flagship sports car called Rōnin, along with the Ocean SUV and Alaska pickup truck.
The appearance and name of the rear of the body, reminiscent of the long and narrow lamps of the Ocean SUV, was confirmed by Henrik Fisker himself on Twitter, who later claimed that he added the entry by mistake and deleted it shortly after publication. Fisker Alaska was unveiled by Fisker during an event in Huntington Beach, California, on August 4, 2023. Fisker says it will be the most sustainable EV pickup on the market and will be smaller than the Ford F-150 Lighting and Rivian R1T.
The truck’s interior features a power center door that increases bed length from 4.5 feet to 9.2 feet. The middle door folds into itself and uses part of the interior as extra bed space. More expensive models with a driving range of up to 340 miles are also part of Fisker’s plan. A convenient opening center door between the bed and the cabin provides an option for transporting longer loads when necessary.
2025 Fisker Alaska : Interior
The 2025 Fisker Alaska is an all-electric pickup truck with a vegan interior and ethically sourced materials. The Alaska party piece is a drop-down center door that opens the cabin to the truck bed to allow long items to be carried. The centerpiece of Alaska’s instrument cluster is a massive 17.1-inch touchscreen that can rotate between portrait and landscape orientations depending on driving conditions. It has the same setup as the Ocean’s infotainment system, and neither model offers Apple CarPlay or Android Auto.
The two-row cabin looks a lot like the Ocean, with the addition of a few clever details. There’s a webbed mesh on the roof to hold smaller items, and a more rugged-looking fabric covering covers the dash. Other features noted include front trunk space, a cowboy hat holder, and a cup holder big enough for a Big Gulp. The final and perhaps the neatest trick is a power center door that folds into itself and uses part of the interior as extra bed space, increasing the bed length from 4.5 feet to 9.2 feet.
2025 Fisker Alaska : Engine
Fisker Alaska comes with a 275 horsepower engine in the single-motor front-wheel drive model, while the dual-motor four-wheel drive models produce up to 564 horsepower. Fisker says the Alaskan can hit 60 mph in as little as 3.9 seconds. Two different battery packs will be offered in Alaska, and we suspect they’ll be the same ones offered in the Ocean. Fisker claims a driving range of at least 230 miles with the smaller of the two packs, and up to 340 miles per charge with the larger pack., These models feature a 113 kWh battery with a driving range of 340 to 360 miles, depending on specifications.
2025 Fisker Alaska : Safety
Like the Fisker Ocean, it’s expected the 2025 Fisker Alaska to feature driver assistance and active safety technology, including front automatic emergency braking, lane keep assist, blind spot monitoring, cross-traffic alert, and road sign recognition; front cross-traffic alert, lane departure mitigation and automatic high beams may also be included. 2025 Fisker Alaska high-end configurations can feature rear automatic braking, emergency evasive steering assist, adaptive cruise control, and automatic lane change functionality.