Straddling the line between blue-sky concept and production vehicle, the Karma SC2 is a look at the future direction of the EV manufacturer. It's powered by front and rear-mounted twin electric motors hooked to a 120kWh battery, good for 1,100 hp, a 0-60 time under 1.9 seconds, 350 miles of range, and an insane 10,500 lb. ft. of wheel torque. Carbon-ceramic brakes, a push-rod operated racing suspension, and torque vectoring gearbox help keep all that power under control, while Biometric seats provide interior comfort. The car is outfitted with long-range radars, cameras, and FMCW lidar sensors to enable autonomous driving. That same equipment can be used to record entire drives — including turns, braking, and acceleration — which can then be used with the adaptive laser projector to replay drives while parked, share drives with other owners, or even simulate drives on world-famous roads and race tracks. No production plans have yet been announced.