Everrati expanding into the U.S. due to EV demand

Everrati expanding into the U.S. due to EV demand

The expansion will build on Everrati's existing U.S. connection with Superformance.

Everrati Automotive Limited is establishing a base of operations in the United States, alongside the appointment of two key new leadership team members. The company says this strategic expansion follows the commencement of revenue from the U.S. The announcement sees Everrati build on its existing connection with the U.S., as in July 2021, Everrati launched its partnership with Superformance, a U.S.-based manufacturer of 1960s-era continuation component sports cars, with the first new model being an electrified version of the GT40.

To help develop Everrati’s global presence, two new appointments have been made to the company’s senior leadership team: Amit Chandarana as U.S.-based strategic advisor and David Warren as a board advisor.

Everrati’s Porsche 911

Everrati’s current lineup of models includes:

  • Porsche 911 (964) Coupe, Targa, Cabriolet in Pure, Signature, and Gulf Signature Editions
  • Land Rover Series IIA
  • GT40 in partnership with Superformance, including officially licensed Gulf Edition
  • Mercedes-Benz W113 SL ‘Pagoda’

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