Fischer confirmed Thursday that production of its compact electric vehicle, the $ 29,900 Pier EV, will enter production in 2024 at the former GM plant in Lordstown, Ohio.
It doesn’t matter, it’s a niche. Fisker is going for volume with it, aiming to produce a minimum of 250,000 units a year after ramp-ups, good for at least 400,000 vehicles at the mammoth plant. Fischer further teased that the platform owned by Peer would be used for two additional models that have not yet been announced.
The confirmation that the pear is still on comes a day after the plant’s new owner, Foxconn হ yes, iPhone and other personal electronics contract maker আন officially became an automaker. With the completion of plant sales to the Taiwanese company, otherwise known as Hon Hai Technology Group, it is preparing to begin production of the Lordstown Endurance electric truck in the third quarter of the year. Foxconn is working as a contract maker for Lordstown, Fischer and potential others – including a joint venture and Foxconn’s own “open source” platform for EVs.
Henrik Fischer with Project Peer EV
The teaser photo, released Thursday with confirmation (shown at the top of this section) also identifies Pierre’s most obscure appearance, which is likely to be a game-changing fat-free and green car that is also electric. Given the tendency of automakers to push higher in the market, pears promise to be a welcome affordable choice.
Considering the $ 7,500 federal EV tax credit available, pears would effectively cost পরিবারের 22,500 less for many families.
Chairman and CEO Henrik Fischer pointed to the new lighting technology and said, “A wrapped front windscreen, inspired by a glider plane glass canopy, enhances front vision.” According to Fischer, different features and technological solutions will “change the way we use and enjoy cars in the city”.
Before the pier, Fischer would bring to market the sea, an electric crossover that starts at $ 37,499 and makes Magna in Austria. Sea is scheduled for first delivery by the end of 2022.
2023 Fischer Ocean
GM discontinued Lordstown in 2018, the first end of the electric vehicle pivot, because it was not as flexible as the company’s other plants to produce a wide range of vehicle types. Over the decades, it has built mostly small, efficient cars, including the Chevy Vega, Cavalier and Cruze. GM has spent $ 2.2 billion to convert its Detroit-hamtrama plant to EV alone, $ 2 billion to convert its Spring Hill, Tennessee plant to EV, and $ 4 billion to convert its Orion assembly to Ultium platform models. Also, GM has a joint-venture battery plant with LG in Lordstown.