Karma Automotive has succeeded its 2018 Revero sport sedan with an all-new GT model for 2020 that boasts more power and a redesigned exterior and interior, says Bob Kruse chief technology officer.
The new Revero GT uses two electric motors and a new gearbox to deliver 536 hp to the rear wheels. The car’s battery capacity is 28 kWh, up 40% from the previous Revero. A redesigned onboard generator gives the car about 300 miles of range.
Kruse says Karma expects to debut a new all-electric platform by the end of 2020 that will carry future sedan, coupe, convertible and SUV/crossover models.
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