He said the Pear will feature “truly revolutionary electrical architecture” with central computing systems replacing multiple electronic control units.
The wraparound windshield “is difficult, but will make it” into production, Fisker said.
He projected his company will build a “minimum” of 250,000 Pears annually once the Lordstown plant reaches full capacity.
Ramp-up of the Pear will be much tougher than the Ocean given Foxconn and Fiskers' limited vehicle production experience.
Foxconn, best known for making Apple's iPhone, last year showed off two electric concepts it said it would build for new automotive customers, one of which will be for Yulon Motor of Taiwan.
Fisker's partnership with Magna Steyr for the Ocean has ensured an outwardly smooth path to production for the first vehicle from the company, which was established in 2016.
Fisker said Magna had built 55 prototypes ahead production of the car in November.
Fisker has 56,000 reservations for the car, and 5,000 pre-orders, for which customers paid non-refundable deposits, Fisker said.
The first variant of the SUV to be built will be the Ocean One launch model, which starts at $68,999.
The more affordable Ocean Sport, which starts at $37,500, will be available from the third quarter of 2023, Fisker said.