Karma appears to be working on a stylish crossover according to design patents posted by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
First noticed by Automobile, the images show a sleek crossover that appears to be influenced by both the Revero GT and Porsche Cayenne.
Starting up front, we can see a curvaceous fascia with prominent air intakes and slender headlights. The model also has a sculpted hood and a wide lower opening.
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The sporty styling continues further back as the crossover has a long flowing hood and a rakish windscreen. We can also see front fender vents, muscular rear haunches and a gently sloping roof.
Other notable highlights include a rakish rear window and taillights that appear to be connected by a thin illuminated stripe. The model also has a ventilated rear bumper and a wraparound spoiler on the liftgate.
While little is known about the model at this point, it could be based on the company’s new E-Flex platform which is “highly versatile” and can be used to underpin everything from autonomous delivery vans to high-performance supercars.
It remains unclear what will power the vehicle, but Karma is known for its range-extended EVs. However, the company is also embracing fully electric vehicles as the GSe-6 will be launched later this year with a base price of $79,900 and a range of up to 300 miles (483 km).