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Sean Callahan
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We've been wondering, with a price of $29,900, what will the range be on the Fisker PEAR? Since the Fisker PEAR it’s an “urban” mobility device, it will probably get a range comparable with the Ocean Sport trim. Maybe 250 miles. What do you think the battery range will be for the Fisker PEAR?

 

 

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Posted by: @seancallahan

We've been wondering, with a price of $29,900, what will the range be on the Fisker PEAR? Since the Fisker PEAR it’s an “urban” mobility device, it will probably get a range comparable with the Ocean Sport trim. Maybe 250 miles. What do you think the battery range will be for the Fisker PEAR?

 

 

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Most of the new vehicles coming into the market are having a minimum range of 230-250 miles. I am presuming between 230-250 (LFP) and 260-280(NMC). 

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drowninginjello
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If Fisker adopts CATL’s newish NA+, range could be enough to quash range anxiety and people would throw their wallets at him. I know I would.

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Evanm1
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When the PEAR comes out in 18 months that range of 250 will be a joke. It needs at least a 315-mile range.


   
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SeaPhil
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Posted by: @evanm1

When the PEAR comes out in 18 months that range of 250 will be a joke. It needs at least a 315-mile range.

300+ would be nice, however, HF runs the risk of taking potential Ocean sales away if he narrows the gap between the Ultra and PEAR.

plus, the cars have different usage/intents.  The Ocean is a replacement for a typical ICE vehicle and the PEAR is designed as a commuter/ around town all purpose vehicle.  Want to road trip? Hop in your Ultra.

why spend $50k on Ocean if a $30k PEAR accomplishes nearly the same tasks?

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Evanm1
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@seaphil Good answer. However, the PEAR is more spartan in nature whereas the Ocean will be luxury-minded; I also think PEAR will have tighter dimensions; I think of it as a BMW 3 series (PEAR) up against the 5 Series (OCEAN) in terms of price luxury, size; in certain cases, you can get the same motor.

I want to spend no more than $43,000 with the intent of it having AWD and a good range. HF did mention it will have two different battery sizes. I believe the larger one is the distance version. Charging should also be super fast. I think the $30,000 version will provide less range.

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