- Karma Automotive is planning a new pickup to debut before the end of 2020
- China-based Karma Automotive traces its roots back to Fisker
- Company currently sales the Karma Revero which is based off of the Fisker Karma unveiled in 2011
Chinese automaker Karma Automotive is throwing its hat into the electric pickup party. According to Bloomberg, the Karma electric truck will debut as a concept before the end of the year.
This isn’t the first time Karma has been linked to an eventual pickup. The company even released the teaser image seen above although we’ve yet to see any concret information.
Karma Automotive is also planning a new sport utility vehicle that will share the same platform as the electric pickup in much the same way as Rivian with its R1T and R1S models.
Karma Automotive currently sells the Revero, a $135,000 plug-in hybrid that packs 403 horsepower.
The EV pickup segment is heating up although we have to see much substance. Rivian is planning the new R1T while Tesla of course unveiled its Cybertruck. GM has confirmed a new electric pickup as well that will be using the Hummer name.