Karma hasn’t revealed the GS-6 yet, but it will have a maximum 61-mile electric range with an efficiency rating of 70 MPGe combined, and a gas-mileage rating of 26 mpg combined in hybrid mode, according to the EPA. That’s with 21-inch wheels; models with 22-inch wheels are rated at 62 MPGe and 22 mpg, with 54 miles of electric range.
The EPA website also confirmed that the GS-6 will use the same BMW-sourced 1.5-liter turbo-3 range extender as the Revero GT.
Scheduled to start deliveries in 2021, the GS-6 will slot below a revamped version of the Revero GT in Karma’s lineup. The automaker previously said the GS-6 “will retain elements of the Revero GT’s exterior design” but with a lower price point.
2020 Karma Revero with P-51 Mustang-inspired livery
In October, Karma also announced an all-electric GSe-6 model. The GSe-6 is also expected to retain some design elements from the current Revero GT, but will be powered solely by a 110-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack, with an estimated 300-mile range, and a $79,900 base price.
Meanwhile, Karma has indicated the Revero GT will get a major overhaul to distance it from the GS-6.
An updated Revero will become Karma’s new flagship, with up to 1,100 horsepower and all-wheel drive. The next Revero will also be available with both plug-in hybrid and all-electric powertrains, Karma has said.
Karma started in 2014 with the purchase of the remains of Fisker Automotive by Chinese auto-parts firm Wanxiang. Although the company has suggested that a wide range of products are in the pipeline, its only tangible achievement has been bringing the former Fisker Karma