On the exterior, you get what Karma calls Laguna Pearl white paint made with layers of glass flakes to give it a shimmering appearance. Carbon fiber wheels are standard with orange brake calipers giving a bit of contrast to the otherwise beach-like colors elsewhere.
The interior is beige, or sand-colored if you ask Karma. It’s unique from other Reveros in its red burl wood treatment all around. You’ll be able to find scripted “Aliso” badging in various spots on the car, but that’s pretty much it as far as differences between this and a normal Revero. We can safely classify it as an appearance package, although the carbon fiber wheels are pretty cool.
For the car and all the extra goodies you’ll pay $145,000. That’s $15,000 more than a base Revero with all the same performance metrics. As a reminder, the Revero is a plug-in hybrid vehicle (based off the original Fisker Karma) with a pair of electric motors and 2.0-liter gasoline engine. In total, the system outputs 400 horsepower and 900 pound-feet of torque, shoving it to 60 mph in 5.4 seconds.
So is having a unique Revero Aliso worth the extra cash on top of an already expensive vehicle? You may not even be able to choose, because Karma is making 15 Alisos with deliveries set to start in November and go into December.
Meanwhile, since we mentioned Fisker: Something we’re still waiting on is Fisker’s solid-state battery tech it debuted at CES last year. Fisker says it’ll be coming to EVs for 2020. Caterpillar seems confident of that too, as the construction equipment company just announced it’s investing in Fisker, hoping it can one day take advantage of the electrification tech Fisker manages to develop.