Fisker reveals the image of new Alaska pickup truck on Twitter by mistake

Fisker reveals the image of new Alaska pickup truck on Twitter by mistake

The world of electric mobility has been growing and a lot of automakers are in a race to make the most affordable EV possible. However, the current trend in the automobile industry sees the automakers looking to focus more on electric pickup trucks. Fisker is one of the latest entrants in the list.

Not very long ago, Fisker debuted its electric SUV, the Ocean, and now again, Henrik Fisker, the head of the company, took to Twitter to show off its next production. But the catch here is, this post that was made on Twitter (with the image of the pickup truck), seemed to be a mistake and Henrik deleted the tweet.

Henrik Fisker uploaded an image on Twitter that showed the rear profile of a pickup truck with the moniker “Alaska”. Shortly after, he replied to the post “sorry mistake: will delete” and inevitably deleted it. But luckily enough, Car and Driver managed to take a screenshot of the post.

Fisker Alaska electric pickup

Looking at the single image, the Fisker Alaska electric pickup truck does look very defining and muscular. The thick tyres and the modern approach on the rear profile add to the muscularity. Also, there are LED stripes on the lower bumper and on the roof of the cabin.

A spokesperson from the automaker said that there couldn’t be any official confirmation regarding the image or the name of the new electric pickup truck. However, what the automaker did confirm is that a modular platform is under development which will underpin any affordable electric vehicles in the future.

Presently, the electric pickup truck segment is a very rich market and has a host of options and developments underway. Some of the most prominent names in the industry are the Tesla Cybertruck, Rivian R1T, Nikola Badger, Ford F-150 electric, Lordstown Endurance, and Bollinger B2. Even the new Hummer EV pickup truck is heading to the production phase soon.

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