The present-day Karma Automotives was the brainchild of the Danish automotive Designer Henrik Fisker. Henrik had an impressive resume as he was the lead designer of the Aston Martin DB9, Artega GT, and the famous BMW Z8. He wanted to build a car designed from the ground up by him. Hence his co-founding of Fisker Automotive in 2007. Due to many reasons, Fisker Automotive was shuttered, and all but the name was bought over by a Chinese company that rebranded it as Karma Automotive. Their first model was the Karma Revero, produced from 2016 to 2020, and the second iteration from 2020 to date. Up for grabs is a car that will turn heads; this 2018 Karma Revero has just 8.400 miles on the odometer.
Karma Automotive offered the 2018 Karma Revero in a choice of eight color options. This car sports the premium Mar Pacifico finish, which it wears beautifully. The Revero features a svelte design language that exudes sleekness and power. The front fascia consists of a single-piece bumper featuring a split grille finished in black along with a bright chrome surround, and lower can be seen the molded vents and air dam. The sides are host to REVERo chrome lettering and front wheel vents near the side skirt. The rear sports a downturned taillight design with chrome inserts on the lower portion of the bumper. It sits on a set of 5-Y-spoke wheels, diamond faceted wheels painted in black and backed up by orange-painted brake calipers with the Brembo text in black. The interior is finished in a dual tone of Coronado and black. With this being a luxury car, the interior features Semi-Aniline premium leather seat trims. Other options include a 200-watt solar roof, a 12.3" digital instrument cluster, an 8-speaker sound system, heated rear seats, and luxury floor mats.
The 2018 Karma Revero is not just about looks. It boasts a 2.0L GM-sourced turbocharged inline-4 engine, along with a 175 kilowatt electric motor. The Revero can produce over 400hp of power delivered to the rear wheels and has a range of 50 miles on electric and 480 combined. 0-60 mph is clocked in at 5.4 seconds, along with a top speed of 125 mph. Brembo brakes assure optimal stopping power for the car.
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