Foxconn recently bought this former GM plant that could be used to produce the Fisker Pear.
"Taiwanese multinational electronics manufacturer Foxconn recently closed a deal with Lordstown Motors to acquire the former GM Lordstown plant in Ohio. The final deal rings to the tune of $230 million, and excludes specific assets such as the battery pack lines and hub motor assembly."

"Foxconn also has a deal in place with another all-electric vehicle manufacturer, Fisker Inc., with Foxconn set to produce Fisker’s second model to date, the Fisker Pear. The new Fisker Pear will slot in below the Fisker Ocean in the EV company’s product lineup. The new Fisker Pear will also be produced at the former GM Lordstown plant in Ohio, and will utilize a platform that will underpin two additional Fisker models set for development at a later date.

The Fisker Pear compact will hit production in 2024, and will start under $30,000. Foxconn is poised to roll out at least 250,000 units of the Fisker Pear annually when the facility is at full production, with sales in North America, China, Europe, and India."