Specialist tech firm Everrati has revealed a 500hp EV ‘redefined Porsche 911’ at this year’s prestigious London Concours car show
Everrati Automotive has revealed a 500hp ‘redefined Porsche 911’ EV based on the classic wide-body 964 variant from the early 1990s.
The EV conversion, called ‘Signature’ combines 0-62mph in less than 4.0 seconds with a range of over 150 miles.
The headline-grabbing, concours-standard car aims to show classic car enthusiasts that they can still travel in upcoming zero-emissions zones… by converting their motors into EVs.
The show car is a fully restored 1991 Porsche 911 964. Everrati has fitted a 53kWh battery pack and an advanced battery management system.
Everrati founder Justin Lunny said: “When we launched Everrati in 2019, we set out on a mission to create the most desirable, technically advanced, sustainable, zero-emission iconic cars in the world.
“We believe that it is the very DNA of a car that makes it iconic and that such cars must be preserved for future generations – not be placed in a museum, but to drive.
“We take some of the world’s most beautiful and seminal cars, restore and re-engineer them, always operating with full respect for the brands that created them.
“After releasing details of the car last week, we’re delighted to give the ‘Signature’ wide body its global public debut at London Concours – one of the world’s most prestigious motoring events, held in the centre of a megacity that is fully moving towards an electric future.”
Other Everrati EV conversions include a Mercedes-Benz SL Pagoda, Porsche 911 Coupe and Targa models, plus a Land Rover Series IIA 4x4.