Karma reveals Kaveya hypercar that'll do 0-60mph in less than three seconds
It headlines a triumvirate of forthcoming cars completed by an all-new saloon and a new Revero
Karma Automotive has revealed plans to release a trio of new electric cars headlined by a ‘super coupe’ capable of 0-60mph in less than three seconds. Yep, it's electric hypercar bingo time!
Dubbed the ‘Kaveya’, Karma's new flagship will also top out at over 180mph (ding!) thanks to some impressive stats: 1,180bhp (ding!) and 1,270lb ft of torque (ding!) from a 120kWh battery. Karma will offer two trim levels, and the range topper comes with all-wheel-drive (ding!).
That car claims a targeted range of 250 miles and will be able to fast charge from 10-80 per cent in 45 minutes.
Karma tells us it'll weigh 2,404kg, though mention is made of an aluminium space frame and carbon fibre body panels. The order books are expected to open towards the end of 2026.
For those unable to wait that long, Karma’s entry-level Kaveya will arrive a year earlier in 2025, with the key differences being a rear-wheel drive setup and a lower output of around 536bhp. The Kaveya will also be joined by two other models called the ‘Revero’ and the ‘Gyesera’.
The Revero is essentially a re-release of the extended hybrid electric GT originally known as the Fisker Karma. The decision to reinstate it to the lineup comes following continued demand, says Karma.
The Gyesera by comparison is brand-new and will be a full-electric rear-wheel drive saloon (um... ding?). The only other detail we have at present is its 11.6in infotainment screen, because of course that’s the most exciting detail Karma could’ve told the world to raise pulses.
Marques McCammon - drafted in as Karma Automotive president earlier this year - said: “I was tasked with remaking the company, and today is only the first step toward establishing Karma as a high image marque – America’s ultra-luxury vehicle”, he said.
The Californian brand also says it's aiming to debut new products and concepts at six-month intervals from the tail-end of 2024... which coincides with Karma's 10-year anniversary.
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