The electric revolution has spread like a contagion throughout the automotive world, and with more and more iconic platforms making the transition, it’s no surprise to hear that the world’s first full-fledged EV Porsche 935 has finally broken cover. Thank’s to creator Bisi Ezerioha’s history in aftermarket racing and tuning, the industry has been enlightened with a beautiful marriage of form and function.
The Bisimoto Porsche 935 K3V Restomod project doesn’t sell itself short when it comes to handsome external attributes, calling upon a set of eight-piece, color-matched wheels from Brixton Forged, crescent LED DRL lighting, and an all-original Kremer 935 K3 body kit to do its bidding. But below Andy Blackmore Designs’ 1980s-inspired, Slate Gray and pink Gozzy Racing livery, it’s the Porsche’s 635-horsepower three-phase electric motor that steals the show, utilizing 12 LG Chem cells and a 32-kWh capacity to keep the ultralight, 2,681-pound vehicle moving from one street corner to the next.
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