Henrik Fisker has shared a teaser image of the all-electric pickup truck that his company is developing.
Back in February 2020 Fisker released the first teaser image of its planned pickup truck. At the time, Henrik Fisker posted the image to his Twitter account, but soon after, it was deleted. Fast forward to the start of 2021 and he posted this teaser image on his personal LinkedIn profile, revealing a pickup that looks quite different than the vehicle teased 11 months ago.
The rear of the Fisker pickup featured includes a set of angular LED taillights and features two vertical lights at the base of the bumper. There also appears to be a third brake light on the roof spoiler. Elsewhere, we can see the pickup truck is rocking a set of wheels with silver and black spokes. There are also handles that sit flush with the doors – oddly enough, the rear door handles don’t appear to actually be on the doors…
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In his LinkedIn post, Fisker is keen to point out that this is just a teaser and does not showcase the pickup’s finalized design. In fact, he says that the final design “will be way more radical” and added that the vehicle it will be marketed as a lifestyle pickup.
Other details about the truck remain unclear. When first teased in 2020, the vehicle had a large badge on the tailgate reading ‘Alaska’, but it is unclear if this name will be retained for the production model.