Karma Revero has good Karma — Powered by the sun with new infotainment

Karma Revero (PRNewsFoto/Karma Automotive)

Karma Automotive showed images and some information the much-anticipated Karma Revero, a luxury automobile delivering a combination of advanced technology and timeless design. The vehicle is made in California and should still cost less than any home in California at somewhere around $120K.

Each Revero is truly unique, with individually crafted details like hand-painted badges on the front and rear of every vehicle.  The Revero also offers a technology breakthrough:  it is the first model sold in the U.S. with a solar roof that will power the vehicle.

karmainfotainmentThe new infotainment system represents a departure from the norm.  It is simple, intuitive, and beautiful. The website claims, “If you like a 200 page supplement to the owner’s manual to describe your infotainment system, look elsewhere.”

The model is based on the Fisker Karma that was bought Wanxiang Group. The car will debut at a vehicle at a launch party for the media and owners in Laguna Beach, California on September 8th.

The leather in a Revero is never embossed with a synthetic grain texture.

The Southern California auto company is also breaking new ground by sending existing owners exclusive access to a website that gives them the ability to reserve a Revero before the general public on September 8.

The Karma Revero features updates to the timeless design, which is hailed by many consumers and media as one of the most beautiful vehicles ever.  While the look is familiar, much of the technology has changes, including a completely redesigned infotainment system and super-charging capabilities.

Every Karma Revero will be assemble in Moreno Valley, California.

“Serving a mass market is not, and never will be, our purpose,” says Jim Taylor, Chief Revenue Officer.  “The Revero is for a discerning group of individuals who desire beautiful, clean vehicles and a memorable ownership experience.  We are thrilled to start this journey.”