Everrati reveals Porsche 911 with EV powertrain

Everrati reveals Porsche 911 with EV powertrain

The car is based upon a fully restored 1991 Porsche 911 964.

Everrati Automotive Limited has unveiled its new, 500 BHP “Signature” wide-body model Porsche 911 with an EV powertrain, which the company calls its “flagship.”

The car is based upon a fully restored 1991 Porsche 911 964. It features carbon fiber body elements and an EV powertrain capable of delivering an electric, emission-free driving range of more than 150 miles and under-4-second 0-62mph acceleration, the company says.

“We install a state-of-the-art EV powertrain, which has its power delivery optimized specifically for the ‘Signature’ wide body and is coupled to a 53kWh battery pack and battery management system,” explains Everrati director of engineering, Mike Kerr.


Sending 500 BHP to the rear wheels, the new Everrati “Signature” wide-body Porsche 911 has more than double the power output of an original 1990’s Porsche 964, the company says. The car has a 150-plus mile range, dependant on driving style, and using a DC fast charger, the battery can be replenished from 10 to 100% in less than an hour, Everrati says.

The car’s EV powertrain provides regenerative braking when the driver lifts off the accelerator pedal. The driver can adjust the level of regenerative braking force available to enable one-pedal driving. A range of 17- and 18-in. wheels and color finishes are available.

The company says “Signature” commissions are available to order now for delivery in late 2021. Prices for each commission begin at £250,000 (approx. $304,860) plus relevant taxes, based on a customer-supplied donor car.

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