New spy pictures show that the four-door coupé, a petrol-electric rival to the Porsche Panamera 4 E-Hybrid, will get adjustments to its front and rear but that its overall bodyshape will stay true to the Karma of defunct car maker Fisker, of which the Revero is essentially a successor.
Karma chief revenue officer Jim Taylor has previously told Autocar that the Revero's delayed entry into Europe (including the UK) and Asia - it's been on sale in the US for 14 months - was always part of the business plan. Prices for the current car start at $130,000 (£98,124) in its domestic market.
The current Revero uses solar panels located on its roof that can power the car's electrified powertrain. Solar panels can be seen on the roof of the spotted development car, so expect improvements to their efficiency with the facelifted model.
"The energy collected from the solar panels is supplied directly to the car's high-voltage battery, which in turn powers the electric motors," Taylor explained when asked how they work on the current model. "Our solar panels are twice as powerful as the original [Fisker] ones."