Spy photographers have caught the 2020 Karma Revero testing near the company’s R&D facility in Costa Mesa, California.
The result of Fisker’s bankruptcy, Karma Automotive, officially launched the Revero last year. Essentially an updated version of the Fisker Karma, the Revero is getting fairly significant changes for the 2020 model year. It appears Karma is looking to shed some of its Fisker roots, giving the Revero an updated front and rear end. Although it’s heavily camouflaged, the changes look extensive with new headlights, front grille, and even a longer hood. In the rear, we spot a new tail light design, along with an updated rear fascia.
Unfortunately, at least for now, it appears the interior isn’t getting any significant changes. The cabin on this particular prototype looks largely the same as the Fisker Karma that debuted nearly seven years ago.
The updated Karma Revero is expected to debut sometime next year, along with the new Atlantic, a smaller version of the existing sedan.
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