If you look familiar to Karma Ribeiro in 2018, it is because it is a second act. In 2012, a car called Fisker Karma appeared, new in the wake of the energy crisis. It has been promised luxurious experience within an electrically powered sports package, with onboard gasoline generator and connectivity capabilities. Karma Fisker was produced only in 2012 and shortly after, the company went bankrupt. For the year 2018, Fisker Karma returns due to his suspension, this time as 2018 karma revero.
The 2018 karma revero design is often similar to the drawer design, with the same long, low and wide logo, split grille, door handles and swollen rear dimensions. The interior looks the same, too. Even six years later, it still looks modern and modern. With Revero, Karma has developed a renewed focus on handicrafts. Take, for example, car badges: each one is painstakingly drawn by hand. Even the standard solar ceiling looks great, where white strips are drawn between individual panels to get the appearance of wind. Everything else adds to a product as much as a work of art as much as a tool.
Revero uses both gasoline and electric power, making it hybrid. The car can be connected by taking 24 minutes to connect at a cost of 80% on a 40 kW connection, and the solar panel provides up to 200 watts of power. The total horsepower is 403 and the torque is 981 lbs. Karma provides the Revero system with three modes: Stealth, Sustain and Sport mode. Stealth mode is a pure electric mode, while “Standard” depends on the alternator to maintain the battery charging status, “Sport” uses both electric motors and gasoline engines to provide the best performance. There are up to 50 miles of all electric range, and up to 300 miles of the total range once the generator is started. The Revero is rated on the basis of the equivalent of 60 miles per gallon (MPGe) combined in electrical mode only, but only 20 miles per gallon (MPG) on excellent gasoline.
There are six superb finishes available for the interior of the Revero, each with unique use for wood, suede leather, reclaimed or carbon fiber. But the common denominators include a two-layer control panel with color contrast sections, a long, long center unit that runs all the way back (making the Revero four seats), and digital interfaces that look like they belong to a spaceship. The note is a 12.1 – inch interface counters and a 10.2 – inch touch screen information and entertainment system. Both are completely different from the systems in the old Karma Fisker. Other features include keyless access and start, USB connectivity, Bluetooth, navigation, dual-zone automatic control, 7-speaker sound system, and on-air refresh capability via built-in 4G LTE. Despite the size of the car, do not look for a limousine-like space for any of its four passengers. It is narrow enough to be considered secondary by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Karma has made sure that the 2018 karma revero system meets all structural regulations and protection. Safety features are limited to eight air bags, reverse camera, front and rear parking sensors, and lane departure warning. Since this vehicle is specialized, the IIHS has yet to test Revero.
The embodiment of the Ribeiro vine is mostly the result of acquisition and name change. While improvements have been made in key areas, goals and consumer expectations of electric and luxury cars have changed, Revero has found himself amidst a sea of competitors who outperforms him in almost every measure. However, based on design and novelty, there is nothing like it.
Last summer, Business Insider spent a day testing the Kerma Ribeiro car of 2018 clad in the Corona del Sol paint job eye-catching. The Revero 2018 starts at $ 130,000 and costs $ 140,000.