British electric vehicle conversion shop Everatti, led by Justin Lunny and Nick Williams, have delivered the company’s first electric vehicle conversion of a Porsche 911 wide body to a client in the United States.
“Electrifying icons” since 2019, Everrati boasts a lineup of that includes Shelby GT40s, Landrover Series IIAs, Mercedes 280SL Pagodas and Porsche 911s.
This Porsche 911 looks more rebuilt than converted. Everrati’s own company description on their website describes the company as:
Everrati has developed proprietary systems, processes and platforms using the latest technologies to ‘redefine’ iconic cars from Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) to EV. Everrati expertly re-engineer cars that are already adored and admired into the highest quality, clean-air electric vehicles.
According to COO Nick Williams, “We have delivered Porsches now in Coupe, Targa, Cabriolet, Narrow body and wide body format as well and Land Rovers in both Hard Top and Soft Top variants across Europe and North America. We don’t supply sales numbers on request of our customers.”
When asked what it means for Everrati to deliver the company’s first vehicle in the US, Williams said it was “a significant moment. We see North America as the most important market for Everrati and demand for our products is growing quickly. We have a number of North American cars in build and it signifies the start of us developing infrastructure and brand presence in the market.”
As for the actual vehicle, it looks amazing and comes with impressive functionality. The vehicle specs include a 62kWh battery pack with advanced battery management and temperature control and regenerative braking for a range of close to 200 miles. The car is equipped for both AC and DC Fast charging.
The details of the Porsche are meticulous and include:
- Full navigation, DAB+, Bluetooth, Apple Car Play
- Heated front seats
- Brand new and uprated heating and air conditioning system
- Custom Porsche inspired 5-gauge cluster dials, showing vital information whilst maintaining ‘original’ appearance
Everrati built it in California in partnership with Aria Group in Irvine. According to Williams, “Aria Group has peerless expertise in low-volume, high-end vehicle engineering and manufacturing, supporting world-leading OEMs and reimagination specialists. Having direct experience creating vehicles for both Singer Vehicle Design, and Radford Motors (with its Type 62-2), Aria Group is the natural partner for Everrati and its discerning customers. Like Everrati, Aria Group employs the latest production techniques and technologies, with quality and precision at the core of its operations.”
The vehicle is absolutely amazing, but if you want one they do not come cheap as they start at $328,000.