W Motors, Everrati partner for manufacturing in UAE

W Motors, Everrati partner for manufacturing in UAE

Through its Powered by Everrati B2B division, Everrati will develop and supply advanced electric powertrain solutions for W Motors.

Everrati entered a strategic partnership with luxury hypercar manufacturer and mobility solutions provider W Motors. Based in Dubai UAE, W Motors models include the Lykan HyperSport, the Fenyr SuperSport and the security and defense police vehicles named Ghiath. The company also provides turnkey mobility solutions through its Special Projects Division.

The two companies say they will bring together vehicle design and engineering expertise to further the development and manufacturing of bespoke EVs across multiple sectors in the Middle East and beyond. The collaboration will see W Motors become Everrati’s manufacturing partner for the region, enabling the production of its electrified portfolio to take place in Dubai, expanding Everrati’s global footprint and enabling it to meet international demand.

According to Everrati, through its Powered by Everrati B2B division, it will develop and supply advanced electric powertrain solutions for W Motors for upcoming zero-emission vehicles. The company said Powered by Everrati enables B2B clients to bring almost any type of specialist EV to life.

Everrati said it will also establish an expertise center in the Middle East region, located within W Motors’ new automotive factory in Dubai Silicon Oasis, UAE and be the lead electric powertrain supplier for W Motors’ upcoming EV program, which will realize multiple green vehicles, outside of the luxury hypercar space as well as power W Motors electric supercar.

“This agreement will enable Everrati to expand our footprint in the Middle East – a key market for our redefined and electrified icons – while at the same time allowing W Motors to leverage our in-house developed, OEM-grade advanced electric powertrain technologies for its future vehicles,” Everrati Founder and CEO, Justin Lunny, said.

From its global headquarters in Oxfordshire, UK, Everrati said it uses OEM-grade processes, best-in-class suppliers and partners and skilled engineering artisans, combined with traditional hand-built techniques and modern technology, to create sustainable vehicles.

Redefined and electrified versions of the company’s Porsche 911 (964) Coupe, Targa, and Cabriolet are handbuilt to the highest standards by Everrati’s technical partner, Aria Group in Irvine, California, the company said. The company’s range of vehicles also includes the Range Rover Classic, Land Rover Defender, Land Rover Series, GT40 and Mercedes-Benz W113 SL Pagoda.

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