The Karma SC2 Vision concept and hotter Revero GTS sedan have been unveiled at the 2019 Los Angeles motor show.
A follow up to the SC1 concept unveiled in July, the SC2 is a coupe with articulated hinge-winged doors.
The pure electric SC2 is said to have four electric motors making up to 800kW of power and an eye-watering 14,000Nm of torque. Pedal to the metal, the SC2 has a claimed 0-60mph (97km/h) time of 1.9 seconds.
Equipped with an I-shaped 120kWh battery in the centre tunnel, the SC2 has a claimed range of around 560 kilometres.
The SC2 is also fitted with pushrod suspension, carbon ceramic brakes, torque vectoring, and a fibre-optic headliner for the cabin.
Both the SC1 and SC2 preview the company's new design language which will appear on its next-generation of vehicles based on an all-electric platform due in 2021.
Using three cameras in the windscreen, as well as its LIDAR sensors, the car is able to record a 360-degree perspective of the current drive.
When the car is parked, a laser projector can replay the experience, or share it with friends and watch drives other people have undertaken.
The GTS features an electric motor for each axle and torque vectoring. Together, the motors make a total of 392kW of power 860Nm of torque, are capable of propelling the car from 0-60mph (97km/h) in under 3.9 seconds and onwards to a top speed of 209km/h.
By comparison, the standard Revero GT has two electric motors at the rear for a total of 400kW/746Nm, and a 0-60mph time of 4.5 seconds.
The car is fitted with a larger 28kWh nickel manganese cobalt lithium-ion battery, said to be capable of around 130 kilometres of pure EV driving.
There's also a turbocharged BMW three-cylinder petrol engine, which acts purely as a range extender, charging the battery pack as required.
The cabin of the GTS is fitted with carbon-fibre pieces, reclaimed wood trim, and a new in-house designed 570W eight-speaker Soloscope audio system.
The US$149,950 ($220,000) GTS is available for order now in the States, with deliveries scheduled to begin during the first quarter of 2020.
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