Karma Automotive revealed its new ultra-luxury vehicle lineup at the Nov. 10-12 Wynn Concours in Las Vegas.
The revamped portfolio from the Southern California electric vehicle and technology company is headlined by the Kaveya, a full battery electric (BEV) super coupe that will be available in two versions and projected to go 0-60 mph in under 3 seconds.
“Karma has experienced its share of highs and lows during the past 10 years. I’m intent on fulfilling Karma’s true potential,” says Marques McCammon, Karma president, who joined the automaker in March. “I was tasked with remaking the company, and today is only the first step toward establishing Karma as a high image marque–America’s ultra-luxury vehicle.
An EV super coupe GT featuring two versions with 250-plus-mile range and butterfly doors, all-wheel drive, more than 1,000 hp and a target speed of more than 180 mph, set to be offered late in 2026; and a rear-wheel drive, 536-hp version set to be available near the end of 2025.
“This is Karma’s flagship, setting our corporate direction for the future,” said McCammon.
Also teased during the event were Revero, a return of the brand’s signature range-extended hybrid electric touring sedan, and Gyesera, Karma’s first full BEV touring sedan.
The Karma design team is led by Michelle Christensen, vice president global design, a 20-year industry veteran who previously directed the 2017 remodel of the award-winning Acura NSX supercar.
“Karma has such amazing potential, which Marques is intent on pursuing at hyper-speed,” said Christensen. “Designing vehicles–especially high-end exotic vehicles–historically takes years. But thanks to high-tech collaboration tools, a newfound team alignment on all levels of the company, and Marques’ introduction of low-volume production techniques, it’s taken eight months to conceptualize three gorgeous low, long, fast representations of our new Karma identity, which are futuristic, yet beautifully timeless.”