In case you missed it, Fisker became Karma and is coming out with the Revero. It’s essentially a heavily updated Fisker Karma, but it looks basically the same. The car’s actually not a pipe dream, even though plenty of people (including me) wondered if it would actually come to market.
Proving all of us doubters wrong, Karma released photos of the first Reveros making their way through the assembly line in Moreno Valley, California.
The money to do this comes from Chines auto-parts giant Wanxiang. Under new management, the Henry Fisker name is gone. And hopefully Justin Bieber won’t be getting his hands on a Revero to uglify it in unspeakable ways.
Karma is being careful this time around, saying it’s performing painstaking validation tests. After all of the faults with the Fisker Karma, this is a wise move. It also means you won’t be able to even order the Revero until sometime this fall.
Exactly how people will get the cars isn’t apparent right now. There are only a handful of Fisker dealers left in the United States, and rumor has it the company is weighing the idea of using a direct sales model.