The 2020 Fisker Karma is a smooth saloon built for four doors with an electric extender. Think of it as a Mercedes-Benz CLS that looks like a supercar and engine like the Vauxhall Ampera or Chevrolet Volt. Karma has announced that it will partner with Putinfarina in the development of future models, but the Revero redesign is being done in-house. The ribbon-cutting at its California headquarters was the first opportunity for American consumers to look at the car after its controversy with the Shanghai auto show last month.
The company hasn’t completely redesigned the car, but it has a very distinctive visage, with a large solid chrome finish, which wears a mustache that looks as red as the original logo.
2020 Fisker Karma Design
The 2020 Karma headlights are more rectangular and in the program’s look, the front end loses some of its sharp features such as the Corvette as a more full-blown look. At the back, the tails of the wheel are puzzles, the beautiful eyelashes dropping down to what the eyes are doing. Otherwise, the car looks similar to the original, with large cushioned windows and small, soft windows.
As Karma, backed by Chinese parts retailer Wanxi, looks to China for its allies to build big-market cars, the company says it is building a new center to honor its California roots, through the familiar London States designs, where car parts are displayed like an art gallery and car.
2020 Fisker Karma Interior
Inside everything, the driver sees or touches something new, including seats, center console, and infotainment system. There is a small dose of real wood and everything is covered with soft leather, while the headliner and visors wear Alcantara. The chrome visor hardware is a nice touch. Reverver’s racing wheel, wrapped in new leather but has no money in this first production car. The airbag cover and the speakers of the production unit will wear a mix of black metal and similar wood. Other bets are borrowed, such as a steering column and titles from the Corvette. But a switch-on switch and a new infotainment system. The latter features a large touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and 3D touch-sensitive wheel controls with haptic feedback. Karma air conditioning is cold.
2020 Fisker Karma Engine
The side-by-side operation can be selected from several options including yaw rate, torque, and simple analog tachometer. The steering wheel-controlled steering wheel connection still requires a little work, but the touchscreen menus are accurate. The two-lined edges with all-wheel drive allow you to drive on the powertrain. The left is used to choose between the Stealth, Sustain and Sport modes, while the right offers three levels of power gain. The Throttle map is good across the board, and the response is faster in Sport mode, which also adds less weight to the steering.
The Fisker Karma is a smooth saloon built for four doors with an electric extender. Think of it as a Mercedes-Benz CLS that looks like a supercar and engine like the Vauxhall Ampera or Chevrolet Volt. 201.5bhp electric power for rear wheels; single front and aft single-speed limited-slip variants. 201.5bhp electric power for rear wheels, single front, and aft single-speed limited-slip 2020 Fisker Karma variants.