- The Karma Kaveya has over 1,000 horsepower and a top speed of over 180 MPH.
- The automaker is undertaking a rebranding as it celebrates its tenth anniversary.
- The Gyesera electric sedan and Revero plug-in hybrid will join the Kaveya on Karma lots around the world.
Ultra-luxury supercars have a new contender from Karma Automotive. The Karma Kaveya made its debut at the Wynn Concours in Las Vegas in mid-November. This sexy battery-electric super coupe features butterfly doors, a 0-60 time of under three seconds, and a top speed of over 180 MPH.
America’s Ultra-Luxury Vehicle
Karma President Marques McCammon said, “Karma has experienced its share of highs and lows during the past 10 years. I’m intent on fulfilling Karma’s true potential…today is only the first step toward establishing Karma as a high-image marque – America’s ultra-luxury vehicle.”
It’s clear that the company can design a beautiful vehicle. The Kaveya has a bespoke look with ground-breaking technology that puts the driver first. The innovative technology in the cockpit is there to support the driver.
Drivers who want to get their hands on the Karma Kaveya will have to wait until Q3 2024. But once the Kaveya hits dealership lots, Karma Automotive has plans to deliver new vehicles and concepts twice per year.
About the Flagship Super Coupe Kaveya
This EV supercar will be available in two variations, and the automaker considers it to be the brand flagship. Both variants feature butterfly doors and over 250 miles of range. The first model will be one with all-wheel drive, over 1,000 horsepower, an aluminum frame, and a carbon fiber body.
The second model will feature rear-wheel drive and 536 horsepower. The two models will look similar, but the power to the axles will vary. The second model won’t arrive until Q4 2025.
The Kaveya profile resembles the Corvette (and the all-electric DeLorean EV), but the familiar lines are enhanced by innovative horizontal headlights and tail lights accented by a unique vertical brake light that splits the sloping rear window. The vertical light shows up for a few inches near the bottom of the front bumper.
Other Karma Vehicles
During the big reveal of the Kaveya, Karma also shared two other battery-electric vehicles. The first was the Revero, a hybrid-electric touring sedan. The automaker originally sold it in 2016, and the attractive four-door will continue to have rear-wheel drive and 80 miles of all-electric range.
The second was the Gyesera, a fully electric sedan with rear-wheel drive. Karma is keeping some secrets about the innovative sedan, but we do know it will have an 11.6-inch touchscreen, 590 horsepower, and a 0-60 time of about 4.2 seconds. The body will feature carbon fiber panels and aluminum, and the top speed will be about 135 MPH.
Celebrating A Decade of Design with a Rebranding Strategy
Karma Automotive is celebrating its tenth anniversary in 2024, and the new vehicles are part of the celebration. The company is headquartered in Irvine, California, and produces vehicles in Moreno Valley. Dealerships are located in North and South America, Europe, and the Middle East.
Michelle Christensen is the Vice President of Global Design, and she was recently involved in redesigning the Acura NSX supercar. Her goal is to bring award-winning design and innovation to Karma Automotive. These three new models show the automaker’s commitment to bringing high-end, exotic vehicles to the American market.
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