The status of Karma Automotive, formerly Fisher and / or VLF Automotive, is a bit confusing to me. But the current iteration of the company has dropped a long and small electric coupe concept that makes me anchored to anyone trying to get things right.
Karma SC2 reminds me a bit of Mercedes SLR, Ferrari Roma, Tesla Model 3 and Toyota Supra. But it is unique, no doubt. As a piece of car design it is fantastic. Although the body length basset dog doors look wildly impractical. Seriously, how will anyone be able to shut it off the cabin? Or open it in a garage?
However, we do not need to stress with such pedestrian interests because this vehicle is a cool sports kick. Elegant, smooth. And it's hard to do both of these things at once. I think the silvery colorway of this demo model (rendering?) Helps increase the rating quotient.
Karma has released some hypothetical specs for this car too, but I don't think the performance number and features of a vehicle aren't really worth your attention. If you are curious, feel free to check out the press release .
Karma also carries the latest version of the Revero sedan, the GTS, but it is a little harder to get excited about it since the look has been around for so long.
The car is apparently committed to production though, so the performance requirements are actually exciting: it has two electric motors and a turbocharged three-cylinder engine that together provide a 360-mile range, 80 miles in electric mode only. 0-60 mph is posted at 3.9 seconds and top speed is 130, per [pressreleasefrom.
If you come through the LA Auto show, this might be some of the nicer parts of hardware to enjoy.