Everrati’s Electromod Services Shock Your Classic Car Into The 21st Century

Jun 1, 2021

Category: Rides

While there’s no denying that the auto industry’s mounting electrification efforts bode well for a more sustainable future, ultimately, that’s only a part of the problem. For no matter how much more acceptable EVs become, we can’t forget about classic car enthusiasts.

Thankfully, there are a number of up-and-coming restoration specialists embracing fully-electric conversion on older rides. For instance, Oxfordshire-based Everrati Automotive offers electromods for a variety of vehicles, including four different Porsche 911s, a Land Rover Series IIA, as well as a Mercedes-Benz 280SL ‘Pagoda.’ Across the board, the company’s builds boast an impressive attention to detail, with each car finished to concours standards and revitalized with a number of modern amenities. In the case of their latest 964 widebody project, this means that you get a crop of carbon fiber body panels, a Porsche Classic infotainment display, and a 500hp electric motor that’ll take it to 60mph in under four seconds. Oh, and should you have second thoughts about the transformation, Everrati will even store and refurbish the original engine and drivetrain for later re-installation. Of course, it doesn’t come cheap, starting at $200,000 for the cheapest conversion. Head to link below for more.

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