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Monday, March 16, 2020

The Karma SC2 is an amazing future supercar concept

Indeed, this supercar concept has been displayed by its maker Karma Automobile at the 2019 Los Angeles Car Show event which was held on November 22 to December 1, 2019. The automaker mentioned the Karma SC2 Concept offers an amazing form of a future supercar.
Karma SC2 concept is claimed able to make bold electric performance of 1,100 horsepower. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/3cWD3sn)
Although it is not yet known whether the Karma SC2 will become a legal road car model that will also be marketed on a massive scale, it cannot be denied that this supercar has indeed succeeded in attracting the attention of the world's car lovers who attended its debut in Los Angeles at the time.

Basically, this concept car is the successor of the Karma SC1 Vision Concept which has been present before and is an open coupe car. The difference, in this Karma SC2, Karma Automobile installed a proper roof. A number of features embedded in this new car are a powertrain that is capable of producing an average power of 1,100 horsepower so as to record an acceleration time from 0 to 100 km per hour in less than 2 secs.
Karma SC2 concept does have a unique scissor-doors because it is opened and closed by sliding the door up and down(Picture from: http://bit.ly/2IUOGCp)
The automaker claims that they are developing a battery that able to bring the car to a distance of 350 miles on a single charge with normal use. Besides that, the car's torque is also controlled by a computer to manipulate the power supplied to its wheels.

Behind the sleek and sexy appearance of the body with metallic silver paint that binds the whole body of the concept car on display for the first time at the Los Angeles Car Show, it turns out there are a number of other features of this car that are in the spotlight of visitors, one of which is the door. Karma SC2 does have a unique scissor-doors because it is opened and closed by sliding the door up and down.
To support the Karma SC2 concept performance, there's an I-shaped 120kWh battery is housed in the center tunnel beneath the dashboard and seats(Picture from: http://bit.ly/3cWD3sn)
This concept car also has electronic features that are known to be widely used in premium cars today, such as cameras, proximity sensors, long-range radar sensors, heads up displays. The car also uses a showcase design feature known as playback mode, which allows computers, controls, and displays to present a real driving experience even if the car is at rest.

In this car is mounted the winglet style sensor plus cameras next to its doors, a place where usually a conventional car rearview mirrors are installed. Another unique thing about this car is that the headlight does not stand out, so it seems to blend into the front of the body so that it presents a smoother body contour.
Karma SC2 concept has seen three interior colors, namely beige, silver and black. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/3cWD3sn)
Not only that, the car has a semi-square shaped steering wheel. In addition, this car also has a square headrest with sharp angles. So far the concept car on display has seen three interior colors, namely beige, silver and black. Unique styling is also seen around the seat parameters, such as stitches that match the stitching pattern on the smaller steering wheel.
The unique styling of Karma SC2 concept is also seen around the seat parameters, such as stitches that match the stitching pattern on the smaller steering wheel. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2Wapkbe)
At a glance, Karma SC2 looks like it has a "nose" section that is quite long with a short deck that is identical to the performance car. This car does have fairly low ground clearance. The result, the car has a futuristic look but still maintains an aggressive impression.

This car has a black semi-gloss roof that has an overhang at the top of the side and rear windows. Installation of this overhang is considered to provide an artistic touch but with a "squished" look. Inside the roof, there is also a headline which is said to have an inlay with optical fiber to enlarge the seat. The seat also has a biometric inlay for the customization of the passengers and drivers of this car.
Karma SC2 concept is uses of charcoal-colored alloy wheels with conventional low profile tires are well suited to brake rotors and calipers. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/3cWD3sn)
As you can see the Karma SC2 does not have a grille on the front. Instead, Karma Automotive then installed a stylish scoop to the side. This scoop is claimed to help the process of brake cooling, and also makes the car look seem more aggressive and sporty.

The lower part of the rear of the car also has a scoop and channel that matches the scoop on the front, so for a moment, it reminds us of a typical Japanese drift car. Then the bonnet area has a simple moniker on the front center and also a scoop on the side where the fender meets the hood.
Karma SC2 indeed reaps a lot of praise thanks to the appearance of its final form is very riveting. The use of charcoal-colored alloy wheels with conventional low profile tires are well suited to brake rotors and calipers that display the end result that is always expected from a car that carries a futuristic theme like this.
Also reported, Karma SC2 has a technology called biometric entry lock from the outside, including fingerprint and facial recognition. Some of these features are also planned to be included in future Karma Automobile production models, for example, the Revero GT 2020. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | KARMA AUTOMOTIVE | AUTOBLOG | NETCARSHOW]
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