Inside the Fisker Alaska: Price, Range, and Everything You Need to Know
Earlier this month, Fisker pulled the curtain back on one of its most exciting creations yet: the 2025 Fisker Alaska electric pickup. It's a vehicle that is drawing eyes with its sleek design and potential-packed specs, and now Fisker is giving us an even closer look at what this truck brings to the table.
For starters, the size of the Alaska was somewhat of a mystery until now. Fisker has cleared the air, revealing that the truck is 208.8 inches long. That makes it a bit shorter than most of the midsize pickups you’ll find on today’s market, but it’s still substantially larger than compact trucks, like the Ford Maverick and Hyundai Santa Cruz. Imagine it as the 'Goldilocks' of pickups: not too big, not too small, but just right for many drivers.
Under the hood—or rather, under the floor—the Alaska will come with two battery options. There’s a 75 kWh pack that should get you about 230 miles of driving before you need to plug in again. For those with a longer commute, or who just hate stopping to recharge, the beefier 113 kWh pack promises up to 340 miles on a full charge. And when it comes to speed, this truck aims to please. The slower model is set to zip from 0 to 60 mph in 7.2 seconds, with the top-tier model slashing that time to a swift 3.9 seconds.
As for the price tag, Fisker has tentatively set the starting price at $45,400. But a little word of caution: Fisker labels these as “targeted specifications,” so it's wise not to get too attached to that number just yet—it might see some changes as we inch closer to the launch date.
Speaking of making this truck, Fisker plans to produce the 2025 Fisker Alaska right here in the U.S., which seems like a strategic move to align with the requirements for the federal EV tax credit.
So, when can you get your hands on one of these? According to Fisker, they’re planning to kick off production in the first quarter of 2025. If you’re already sold on the Alaska, you can reserve yours for $250. And if this truck has really stolen your heart, you can reserve a second one for just an extra $100.
While anticipation for the Alaska electric pickup is building like a wave, Fisker is candid that these specs aren’t set in stone—they could shift a bit as the launch date draws near. Regardless, the Alaska is shaping up to be a standout addition to the electric vehicle scene, striking a balance between practicality and performance in a comfortably midsize package.
It's intriguing to speculate whether this vehicle might ascend to the pinnacle of the Top Best All-Electric Pickup Trucks list in the upcoming years.