Southern California Karma Revero buyers can now shop online thanks to a new partnership between the manufacturer and Drive Motors. 
 - Photo courtesy Karma Automotive

Southern California Karma Revero buyers can now shop online thanks to a new partnership between the manufacturer and Drive Motors.

Photo courtesy Karma Automotive

 

IRVINE, Calif. — Drive Motors, which builds online car-buying solutions for the largest car-dealer groups, banks, and brands in the country, announced a partnership with Southern California automaker Karma Automotive.

Through the integration with Drive Motors’ platform, Karma’s company-owned dealership in Orange County, Calif., now can offer Karma Revero enthusiasts a simple, online buying experience, executives said. Since launching three years ago, Drive Motors has been building online-checkout experiences for auto dealerships that integrate into the dealers’ own websites and transform them into “ecommerce destinations.”

“Having our online shopping experience seamlessly powered by Drive Motors’ technology reinforces Karma’s reputation for luxury and innovation,” said Ehren Bragg, store director for Karma Orange County. “Additionally, our partnership enables us to expand Karma’s retail footprint beyond our current local markets, providing unprecedented accessibility to potential customers across the United States.”

By partnering with Drive Motors, Karma Orange County allows their clients to finance or lease a Karma Revero online in a seamless transaction that only requires a physical signature at the dealership. From full financing or leasing to customizing their new vehicle with specific upgrades, consumers are offered a unique shopping experience, a vast majority of which can be conducted from the comfort and privacy of their home or office.

“We know offering a sophisticated and convenient online destination is paramount to Karma as a company, as well as their discerning clientele, and we are proud to partner with them in offering an unparalleled online-checkout experience,” said Aaron Krane, CEO and founder of Drive Motors.

Originally posted on Auto Dealer Today

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