SoCal-Based Karma Automotive Expands to Iceland
Newport Beach and.... Reykjavík? I guess that's a pretty exotic combo.
Karma Automotive, the Los Angeles electric supercar company, expands its global reach to Iceland thanks to success here in the States.
By The Editors
Tue, Feb 9, 2021 01:46 PM PST
Iceland has always strived for environmentally conscious goals, and now they have a dealership that embraces those ideals. Karma Automotive has announced the opening of its newest addition to its global dealer network: Karma Iceland.
Karma Automotive was founded in 2014 and is now a rapidly growing electric supercar company based in LA. Karma now offers 36 global dealer location for customers around the world who want a piece of the electric pie.
Karma Iceland is operated by Karma Rafbilar ehf., a premier company owned by a group of investors who have been involved in the electric vehicle market in Iceland since 2009. This new retail operation helps broaden Karma’s growing international presence and brings its total to 36 sales points around the world. Karma has actively worked to increase its presence in global markets and will continue to add new retailers in the upcoming months.
“We are excited to add such a renowned and accomplished dealer presence in Iceland and are even more enthused about the prospects of adding to our global dealer network this year,” said Rogier Kroymans, Karma’s vice president of European sales and network development. “Karma Iceland is operated by Gisli Gislason, who is a true pioneer in his efforts to bring electric vehicles to Iceland. I am looking forward to working with his group – and other progressive outlets here in Europe – as we continue to work hard in bringing new Karma products to the region.”
Karma Iceland will initially showcase the Karma’s Revero® extended range electric vehicle for luxury buyers interested in something new and unique. Future products will also be added to their offerings later this year. With Iceland’s national objective to become a carbon neutral nation by 2050, Karma will not only excite luxury car enthusiasts, it will also allow Icelandic citizens to continue their journey in reducing global emissions.