Fisker Karma Automotive will indeed be building a new facility in China that will host the capacity to build up to 50,000 cars per year – The company went bankrubt a while back and Chinese conglomerate Wanxiang Group purchased it in hopes of resurrecting the marque.
The plant will be invested in building a coupe and a sedan platform based on the existing Karma platfrom, while most of the production will focus on building the smaller Atlantic coupe like sedan with 39,000 units expected to cater to the two door Atlantic.
The Revero has just been unveiled and it is supposedly a newer version of the Karma sedan with some minor changes to the front end and some major changes on the inside. Karma says that although they may look familiar, the technology has changed. The infotainment system has been redesigned, new high-speed charging has been added and the solar panels on the roof will be powering the vehicles.