Electric vehicle startup Fisker gave European debuts to three models on the eve of the IAA Mobility show in Munich this week.
CEO Henrik Fisker said the Alaska, Pear and Ronin address three different customer segments but all three have a focus on sustainability while offering futuristic design cues such as slim LED headlights.
The Ronin is a four-door convertible GT sports car with butterfly doors, and the Pear is a compact for city driving.
The Alaska is four-door pickup truck that is built on an extended version of the company's FT31 platform, which also underpins the Ocean. The Alaska will be aimed at the growing market for pickups and features a so-called Houdini bed divider that slides down to connect the truck bed and the cabin.