Karma Revero 2019 is an elegant vehicle that offers emission-free driving with the flexibility of a backup gasoline generator. Among its features are solar roofs, the largest in the industry, which provide additional electrical power.
The history of Karma goes back to 2012, when famous designer Henrik Fisker presented the first long distance electric sports car from a new brand that bears his name.
Fisker Karma was impressive in all respects and orders quickly arrived, but Danish executive proposals were too ambitious and the company went bankrupt a few years later, with several thousand Karma units produced.
The capital of China gives new life and in 2016 Revero, a new model under the new brand Karma Automotive, was introduced in the community, which today arrived on the Chilean market with the help of Quantum Group, a company that specializes in luxury sports cars.
The Karma Revero 2019 arrived in Chile with the urge to be chosen as the 2018 Luxury Ecological Car by the prestigious Green Car Journal.
It offers emission-free driving with the flexibility of having a generator that is supported by gasoline reserves.
That makes it a good choice for buyers who care about the environment but don't want to sacrifice long trips.
Revero is made under the premise that green technology is something interesting in the car. It uses an electric range from an extended range, with two electric motors that together produce a combined power of 403 horsepower and 1,245 torque to the rear wheels.
He has sprints from 0 to 97 km / h 5.4 seconds in Sport mode, reaching a quarter mile in 14.5 seconds. The maximum speed is limited to 200 km / hour.
It also has a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder combustion engine, which acts exclusively as a battery power generator.
This car offers a total autonomy of 483 kilometers and 100% electricity autonomy after recharging the 80 kilometer battery.
In addition, it has an automatic dual zone AC, rear view camera, front and rear parking assistants, as well as information, entertainment and navigation systems that are installed on a 10.2-inch touch screen.
All of these systems are supported by the energy provided by the largest solar roof in the industry.