You Could Have a Karma Revero GT for Just $10 and Some Luck

Vehicles produced by California-based Karma have, in theory at least, all they need to become market hits, yet somehow success eludes the carmaker. Maybe it’s the complicated history of the nameplate, or perhaps it is simply karma, but the company doesn’t seem to get over it.
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The current Karma Automotive is the successor of Fisker Automotive, a company that in its very short lived history sold a little over 500 cars in the U.S. And they (the new ones) have a (sort of) new product, too, called the Revero GT, which is essentially an updated Fisker Karma… As we said, complicated.

The revamped Karma/Revero GT is about to enter production, and the company plans to make it stick this time, despite its rather steep price tag: $135,000. And what better way to do that than to give one (nearly) for free through Omaze?

As production lines start rolling, Omaze and Karma will give anyone in the world a chance to win a Revero GT. All they have to do is pledge 10 dollars in support of environmental organization Benefit Conservation International and pray to whomever they win.

The car-to-be-won will be among the first to be made, and it will be offered as part of a more comprehensive package. It includes a spot on the exclusive Karma California Experience Tour, two nights’ accommodations in a Southern California luxury oceanfront resort, and a guided tour of the Karma facility in Moreno Valley, California.

Getting your hands on a $135,000-worth car for just $10 is a bargain any way you look at it, so go ahead and donate for your fortune. The flood gates have already opened on September 30, and will close on December 16.

The winner will however not get their car in time for Christmas, as the announcement will not be made before January 2020. You can place your donation at this link.
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About the author: Daniel Patrascu
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Daniel loves writing (or so he claims), and he uses this skill to offer readers a "behind the scenes" look at the automotive industry. He also enjoys talking about space exploration and robots, because in his view the only way forward for humanity is away from this planet, in metal bodies.
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