Karma Revero GTS hybrid sedan debuts in Los AngelesNovember 21, 2019
The “hot” version of the standard Revero GT model can accelerate to 100 km/h in just 3.9 seconds.
For the auto show in Los Angeles, the American company Karma Automotive has prepared several high-profile premieres at once. One of them is the Karma Revero GTS hybrid sedan, whose conveyor life may begin as early as the first quarter of next year. You can already pre-order a “charged” new product. The cost of the Karma Revero GTS will be $ 149,950.
Externally, the GTS version differs from the Revero GT with new bumpers (the rear, by the way, now has a diffuser) and a black decor instead of the usual chrome. The manufacturer also found a place for carbon fiber inserts.
An advanced Soloscape audio system developed by Karma specialists appeared in the cabin, and the touch buttons on the steering wheel received tactile feedback. Another member of the Los Angeles Auto Show, the Karma SC2 electric hypercar, has the same switches. When decorating the interior they used high-class leather, oak and elm inserts, and also took care of sound insulation. If desired, the client can choose exclusive colors, interiors, precious metals for decoration and more.
Like the standard version of the model, the “hot” GTS receives a pair of electric motors and a three-cylinder TwinPower Turbo in-line engine with an integrated electric generator. The power reserve with such a power plant reaches 580 kilometers, and on one electricity the sedan will travel up to 128 kilometers. For more comfortable control, three driving modes are provided: Stealth, Sustain and Sport. The latter has a special function Launch Control, which is responsible for performance.
In the meantime, the long-awaited presentation of the off-road version of the KIA Seltos X-Line took place at the Los Angeles auto show. In fact, there are two of them and so far they exist only as concepts.
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