The Kaveya, which made its debut over the weekend, is intended to be a premium, cutting-edge, and sought-after super coupe GT. Marques McCammon, President of Karma, added that he hopes the vehicle and other upcoming offerings will reignite your love affair with automobiles.
Unfortunately, the firm didn't disclose anything about the car, so style wins out over substance. A "full functioning prototype," nevertheless, with a sleek carbon fiber body that blends gentle curves and taut surfaces was displayed in the Las Vegas vehicle show.
The model's dimensions are 2,002 mm in width, 12,55 mm in height, and 4,768 mm in length with a 2,718 mm wheelbase.
Karma revealed that the model includes hidden headlights that are reminiscent of the pop-up units from the past, but she didn't provide many other details. Highlights include what looks to be a retractable rear wing, a glass roof, and a rakish windscreen. Additionally, 19-inch aerodynamically designed wheels covered in Michelin tires are visible.
Karma says the vehicle will have 1,180 horsepower and 1,720 Nm of torque combined with all-wheel drive. The 2,404 kg coupe has a top speed of about 290 km/h and can accelerate from 0 to 96 km/h in less than three seconds.
A 120 kWh battery pack provides power and claims a range of more than 402 kilometers. The company provided few other specifics, but stated that the car will be able to charge from 10% to 80% in 45 minutes.
Production will be restricted, with only 353 remaining as of now, according to Karma. The carmaker is presently accepting bookings at $10,000.