By on October 19, 2020

Image: Karma Automotive

Remember Fisker, which eventually became Karma? Well, the company is still kickin’, and a document made its way to a forum run by our parent company that suggests the company has several vehicles planned for over the next few years. Including, possibly, a pickup truck.

VIN decoding shows that five product lines are planned: Revero GT, 1 Series, 6 Series, 8 Series, and High Performance.

Potential engines include a 2.0-liter four-cylinder, a 1.5-liter three-cylinder, a new engine that’s listed as TBD, and a battery-electric powertrain. Drivetrain layouts of front-wheel, rear-wheel, and all-wheel drive are all possible, depending on application.

Several body types are listed: Sedan, coupe, convertible, multi-purpose vehicle (two different MPVs), wagon, and truck. The two different MPVs could be a crossover and an SUV.

Model years covered are from 2021 to 2027, so it’s unlikely all these models would launch in model-year 2021. Especially given Karma’s relatively small size.

Click here to check out the documentation more closely.

[Image: Karma Automotive]

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