Karma Automotive Expands to Washington DC
Published on Fri, Sep 11, 2020
By: The LACar Editorial Staff
Karma Automotive, the SoCal manufacturer, adds to its retail network with the addition of Washington DC dealer group.
Karma Automotive, the luxury manufacturer based in Los Angeles, continues to expand across the United States. With the release of the award-winning electric supercar Revero GT, Karma looks to increase the sales spread with the addition of Karma Washington DC.
Exclusive Automotive Group (EAG) operates Karma Washington DC, and is located in Vienna, Virginia. EAG is also a factory authorized, full-service dealer for Aston Martin, Bentley Motors and Koenigsegg Automotive. Adding Karma Automotive into the mix will increase options for customers looking for electric supercars.
The 2020 Karma Revero GT’s design and performance is what you would expect from a luxury supercar and Karma does a fantastic job incorporating both. The Revero GT is equipped with dual electric motors that power the on-board generator, offering both excellent performance and handling. The Revero GT is capable of a 360-mile range overall, with 80 zero-emission miles on battery power exclusively.
“Karma has a very bright future, and we are excited to have the opportunity to witness it firsthand,” said Tate Attia, Karma Product Specialist at EAG. “We look forward to sharing Karma’s story with our customers and showing them the unique driving experience that a true luxury electric vehicle provides.”
Karma Automotive’s expansion goal is to cover 85% of North America’s top luxury markets by the end of 2020. With the Washington DC acquisition, Karma’s North American retail presence grows to 24 locations.
“We like to work with dealers who share a passion for automotive craftmanship and who organize unique events, allowing customers to experience Karma vehicles in exciting ways,” said Joost de Vries, VP of Global Sales and Customer Experience, Karma Automotive. “Exclusive Automotive Group is a perfect example of that, and we are thrilled to have them represent Karma in the DC Metro market.”