Everrati Automotive Limited is a leading technology company if today’s time. The company specialise itself in redefining and future-proofing of classic icons through the integration of electric vehicle powertrains.
Interestingly, the company did same with the 1991 classic Porsche 911. They’ve unveiled a new 500bhp, ‘Signature’ wide body Porsche 911 (964) that’s actually a 1991 car but resurrected to carry on its legacy well into the electric future. According to the pictures revealed and information systems, the car is based upon a fully restored 1991 Porsche 911 964 and features carbon fibre body elements and a state-of-the-art EV powertrain. It is capable of delivering an electric, emission-free driving range of more than 240km with an impressive sub-4 second 0-100kmph acceleration. Many restoration specialists in Europe are electrifying classic cars following the be trend in order to future-proof them. Likewise, if you think Prince Harry’s Jaguar E-Type Zero, RBW’s MGB EV and the Lunaz Range Rover. Based on a fully restored 1991 Porsche 911, the vehicle features a carbon fibre wide body. As well as an electric powertrain that sends 373 kW and 500 N.m to the rear wheels which accordingly allows for a zero to 100 km/h sprint. The vehicle is fitted with a 53 kWh battery pack and a battery management system. The crash-free 911 is carefully disassembled back to its bare monocoque chassis, which is seam-welded, strengthened and refabricated to what Everrati calls “better than new” standards. Although the electrified 911 retains parts of the original car’s suspension system.
Meanwhile, Everrati has modernised the cabin with a Porsche Classic Communications Management touchscreen navigation system with CarPlay connectivity. But don’t expect this future proof 911 to come cheap however, with prices starting at £250 000 in the UK excluding taxes and the donor car.
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