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Everrati Unleashes Its First Electrified Porsche 964 On the U.S. Market

Photos: Everrati Automotive Limited

Back in October, EV conversion specialist Everrati unveiled its first-ever Porsche 964 wide body cabriolet build. And after delivering the drop-top to its new owner in Europe, Everrati has now completed its first Porsche 964-gen 911 build for the American market.

Photo: Everrati Automotive Limited

Adorned in a Mexico blue paint job over a Bridge of Weir Dark Blue leather interior, this electrified Porsche 964 model utilizes Everrati’s proprietary powertrain system, though was actually built by the British firm’s partner, Irvine, California’s the Aria Group. Developed at Everrati’s global headquarters in Oxfordshire, England, the 964’s state-of-the-art OEM-grade electric powertrain allows the electrified build to boast better performance capabilities than the petrol-powered stocker, with the ability to now reach 60mph from a complete standstill in only 4 seconds flat. The bespoke interior of the car now sports custom black leather upholstery with baby blue Houndstooth fabric inserts, electronically-adjustable seats, and one-off Everrati-branded gauges. 

Photo: Everrati Automotive Limited

Like the rest of Everrati’s ‘Signature’ wide body edition builds, this Mexico Blue 964 project began with a ground-up restoration. What’s more, the 964 also wears a custom set of widebody-style body panels that are all crafted from carbon fiber. Compatible with both AC and DC Fast charging, the electric Porsche’s 62-kWh battery pack and management system ultimately afford a range of over 200 miles on a single charge. Another modern touch comes in the form of a set of five-arm rims from HRE Performance Wheels that are fitted with modern Porsche disc brakes, drilled rotors, and Michelin Pilot Sport rubber. 

Photo: Everrati Automotive Limited

While this particular Porsche 964 EV conversion is already spoken for, Everrati is currently accepting commissions on its website, starting at £270,000 (~ $306,750).