The Fisker Alaska Will Be Made In USA And This Is How Big It Is

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fisker alaska side

Alaska may be the largest U.S. state, but the Fisker Alaska is a midsize truck.

With full-size aspirations.

Fisker has announced that the all-electric pickup unveiled this month is 17.4 feet long, which makes it about two inches shorter in length than a Ford Ranger and nine inches shorter than a Rivian R1T.

The truck’s trick is that it’s 4.5-foot bed can be extended into the cabin through a drop-down window and wall and be extended to 7.5 feet to the front seatbacks.

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The rear wall of the Alaska’s cabin can be opened to extend the bed. (Fisker)

Fisker also confirmed that the Alaska will be manufactured in the United States, rather than Austria where the Ocean SUV it is based on is built.

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(Fisker)Credit: fisker

U.S. production will allow the Alaska to avoid the 25% “Chicken Tax” on imported pickups and qualify it for the federal electric vehicle tax credit, which requires North American assembly of vehicles and their battery packs.

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The Alaska is equipped with a ceiling-mounted cowboy hat holder. (Fisker)

Fisker has not yet identified the location of the factory that will build it when deliveries begin in 2025, but is planning to manufacture its $29,900 Pear compact car at a facility in Lordstown, Ohio, owned by Foxconn.


The Alaska is projected to have a starting price of $45,400 and will be offered with two battery pack size with capacities of 75 kilowatt-hours and 113 kilowatt-hours. Their ranges are estimated to be 230 miles and 340 miles per charge.