Karma Revero and Revero GT, the Californian manufacturer’s two electric supercars, will make their European debut at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show.

Karma Automotive, the Californian luxury electric car maker, will make its European debut at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show, where it will exhibit the Revero and Revero GT

 

 

Karma points to the Old Continent

Aiming to expand its range of action also in Europe, by expanding the network of dealers and partners already present in France, Sweden, Spain, and the Netherlands, Karma will present its zero-emission supercars to the European public. The Revero, which in the future will be marketing in a limited series in Europe, is a luxury sports car equipped with two electric motors and which benefits from the support of a four-cylinder turbo engine that powers an on-board electric generator.

electric Revero and Revero GT

Karma Revero GT

Alongside the Revero at the Swiss event, there will also be the Karma Revero GT, currently available in North America, which by sharing design and technical characteristics with the Revero raises the level of luxury and elegance thanks to the presence of high-quality materials from sustainable sources, infotainment and technology reinvented, as well as an improved electrical architecture.

Waiting to know prices and technical specifications that will be unveiled in Geneva, Karma ensures that Revero and Revero GT guarantee extended autonomy that allows them to move easily both during days in the middle of city traffic and when there is a long trip out of town.

electric Revero and Revero GT

 

Future anticipated by the Karma SC2 Concept

Beyond the two cars that will be present in Geneva, the Californian manufacturer continues to look ahead. Karma is developing new full-BEV platforms, with the future direction of the brand foreshadowed by the Karma SC2 concept car, which was unveiled last year in Los Angeles at AutoMobility. We are talking about an extremely powerful electric prototype, capable of having 1,115 hp which allows it to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in just 1.95 seconds.

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