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News First image of the 2020 Karma Revero is revealed

First image of the 2020 Karma Revero is revealed

The 2020 Karma Revero, which will be unveiled at the 2019 Shanghai Auto Show in April, is partially revealed.

Karma, the Southern California-based automotive manufacturer, celebrates its fifth anniversary by announcing a major investment in its US operations. It also takes the opportunity to show a glimpse of the all-new 2020 Revero.

Last week we talked about Karma teaming up with Pininfarina for a concept they will unveil at the 2019 Shanghai Auto Show. That concept is part of the “Shanghai Big Three”, a trio of cars announcing a new era for Karma and shows the short, medium- and long-term vision of the manufacturer.

One of these cars that hitting the Auto Shanghai 2019 show floor is the next generation of the Karma Revero.

“Karma is a luxury car company, born in California, that’s driven by exclusive design and craftsmanship, advanced technology, customization and delivering only the very best customer experience,” said Karma CEO Dr. Lance Zhou. “We now have a vision and roadmap for the company that’s building strong momentum and I can confidently say our best days are ahead of us.”

The 2020 Revero will be faster and will have a “more stunning design” than the current generation says Karma.

The latter also announces that the new generation of its luxury electric sedan will be available for sale or lease during the second half of this year.

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