Karma, the Southern California-based high-tech mobility incubator and creator of luxury electric vehicles, and the Alliance for Automotive Innovation, announced that the company has joined the organization as its newest member. With a shared focus on innovation, technology and growth, Karma’s addition directly supports the Alliance for Automotive Innovation’s effort to build a path to cleaner, safer and smarter personal mobility solutions, according to the Alliance
“Being part of the Alliance for Automotive Innovation significantly amplifies Karma’s voice supporting policies that encourage the technical excellence needed to build future personal transportation solutions,” said Karma CEO Dr. Lance Zhou. “Karma is a high-tech incubator; an open platform, a test bed for emerging innovation, and a supplier to others who need our engineering, design, customization and manufacturing resources to speed their product development or access to technology.”
The Alliance for Automotive Innovation and Karma’s membership announcement comes just two weeks after the association’s introduction at the Consumer Electronics Show. The Alliance for Automotive Innovation was created by the combination of The Association of Global Automakers and The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers and includes all members from both groups. The new organization is actively recruiting new personal mobility and technology companies, including new entrants, such as Karma, to the auto sector focused on self-driving, electrified and connected vehicles.