Everrati’s first EV conversion this side of the pond
Brand is known for restoring classics with electric power
The EV converters at Everrati have just revealed their first 911 build for the US. The electric 964-generation 911 is a masterpiece, even without the signature sound of an air-cooled Porsche flat-six.
Everrati is no stranger to building electric versions of classic models. It has built continuation versions of the Ford GT40, early Land Rover Series models, and even classic Benzes. The Porsches, though are hard to ignore.
The company calls it a 911 Signature, which in Everrati speak means widebody. It’s a 964 platform car, which refers to the generation of Porsche 911s made from 1989 through to the end of 1993. Everrati, working with US partner Aria Group, start with one of those cars to begin the transformation.
Signature gets a more powerful electric motor setup. 500 hp and 369 lb-ft of torque, all sent through the rear wheels. It’s enough to get the electric Porsche to 100 km/h in just under four seconds. With a 62 kWh battery pack, the car is capable of an electric range of more than 300 km, and DC fast charging is available.
This one is painted in Mexico Blue, a classic Porsche paint offering. The cabin’s leather comes from Bridge of Weir, a Scottish company that has been creating high quality leather for vehicles for more than 100 years. It’s a dark blue to help complement the exterior paint.
Uniquely, Everrati says its upgrades, including the carbon pack standard on Signature cars, are completely reversible. So the classics can be brought back to original down the line.
“It is a huge milestone for Everrati to see the completion of our first US customer car, which will now undergo final pre-delivery testing before handover to the customer,” said company founder and CEO Justin Lunny.
Lunny said the company has high demand from all over North America. It has other cars currently in production for US buyers, and it expects to grow here.