To accompany the Ocean SUV, the ambitious folks at Fisker have announced a second, smaller SUV called the Pear. Knowing that the name stands for Personal Electric Automotive Revolution rather than the delicious, sweet fruit makes us cringe, but we’re nonetheless impressed by its attractive design and even more attractive base price. The 2026 Pear takes style inspiration from the handsome Ocean and should deliver a decent amount of driving range. Details on the Pear are limited, but Fisker has said it will be built in Ohio in partnership with electronics manufacturer Foxconn. Fisker is currently taking reservations for the Pear and says deliveries of the new SUV will start in 2025 with prices starting around $30,000.
What’s New for 2026?
The Pear will be an all-new nameplate for the fledgling Fisker brand, and despite its attractively low starting price, Fisker has integrated some clever features and cool styling into the small SUV. It’s expected to go on sale sometime in mid-2025 as a 2026 model.
Pricing and Which One to Buy
Fisker hasn’t announced what trim levels the Pear will be offered in and it hasn’t said how much each one will cost, but we know that the base level will come in around $30,000 before federal tax rebates. We expect the Pear to mirror the larger Ocean SUV, so we’re expecting to see Sport, Ultra, and Extreme trim levels, all with an increasing number of features and range. Like the Ocean, the Pear may offer a loaded special edition One trim at launch with unique features or styling.
Interior, Comfort, and Cargo
Although it’s small, the Pear will offer seating for up to six passengers thanks to an optional front bench seat. To keep costs low, the Pear will likely offer a fairly stripped-back features list but expect modern infotainment and a dash of style. We’ve only got a quick peek of the Pear’s interior so far, but we noticed cloth upholstery and bright blue dashboard accents. Fisker has incorporated a drawer-style front trunk and a power-retractable rear cargo door into the design too.
Warranty and Maintenance Coverage
Fisker’s limited and powertrain warranty are above-average. However, its battery warranty is currently the industry standard and complimentary maintenance isn’t included.
- Limited warranty covers six years or 60,000 miles
- Powertrain warranty covers 10 years or 100,000 miles
- Electrical components are covered for 10 years or 100,000
- No complimentary scheduled maintenance
As more information becomes available, we’ll update this story with details about:
- Motor, Power, and Performance
- Range, Charging, and Battery Life
- Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG
- Infotainment and Connectivity
- Safety and Driver-Assistance Features