Everrati’s Electric Porsche 964 Widebody Cabriolet Blends Open-Air Driving With 500 HP – CarScoops
Everrati unveiled its latest EV conversion based on the Porsche 964 Cabriolet with a widebody configuration and a 500-hp zero-emission powertrain. The company suggests that the Cabriolet EV is the first of its kind, joining the company’s previous EV conversions of the 964 911 Coupe and Targa.
Everrati’s Porsche 964 Cabriolet retains the particular classic looks, with subtle modifications on the exterior and inside the cabin. Those are part associated with a complete restoration before the ELECTRONIC VEHICLES conversion takes place. Interestingly, the owners can revert the 964 to the original ICE-powered specification at any point in the future, preserving its value in the particular classic car market.
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The particular battery-powered 911 is fitted with an electric motor producing either 440 hp (328 kW / 446 PS) or 500 horsepower (373 kilowatt / 507 PS) and 500 Nm (368. 8 lb-ft) of torque, which is more than double the figures associated with the 964 Carrera it is based on. Power is transmitted to the rear wheels allowing a 0-60 mph (0-97 km/h) acceleration in less than 4 seconds for the more potent version. The battery has a capacity of 62 kWh, offering a respectable 200-mile (322 km) driving range.
The particular goal of the conversion was in order to retain the character of the particular stock Porsche 964 not only in terms of design but also driving dynamics. For this reason, Everrati did its best to calibrate the weight distribution and the particular chassis setup as close as possible in order to a combustion-engine 911. Optionally, the 964 can be fitted with a fully adjustable TracTive suspension.
The model was developed within Oxfordshire, UK, and manufactured with the particular help associated with California-based Aria Group which is the renowned firm for low-volume production having collaborated along with Singer and Radford. This also means that Everrati’s 964 can become produced upon both sides of the Atlantic, and is offered in the UNITED KINGDOM, Europe, plus the US. Everrati didn’t announce the cost for the particular conversion, but their electric 964 Sports coupe ‘s price ranges between $260, 000 – 325, 000 plus taxes, not including the cost of the donor car.
The particular Cabriolet will be available in Pure, Signature bank, and Gulf Signature Editions. Setting aside Porsche conversions, Everrati’s range includes zero-emission variants from the Land Rover Series IIA , the Superformance GT40 , and the Mercedes-Benz SL Pagoda .