What you see in the pictures is the Karma Revero (earlier Fisker Karma) undergoing tests near their R&D facility in Costa Mesa, California. From the looks of it, the ageing design seems to have been given a refreshing update.
The prototype here can be seen with heavy cladding on the front and rear section. This essentially means that these portions of the car must have gone through a major overhaul. Unlike Henrik Fisker’s original design, this prototype has a more rounded front fascia with edgier creases. While the LED head lamps have new internals, the picture also reveals restyled lower air dams. At the rear, the prototype shows-off the new circular LED tail lights and the revised lower bumper design.
Powering the Revero is a plug-in hybrid powertrain that makes a total of 403bhp. A GM-sourced four-cylinder turbocharged engine is mated to electric components from BMW. The Revero offers a combined range of 386km, and it can travel 60km purely on electric power from its batteries. This vehicle can also hit 100kmph in an impressive 5.4 seconds from standstill.
At this point, it is unclear as to when Karma Automotive will introduce the updated Revero. So stay tuned for more information.