UK-based Everrati Automotive is making moves to ensure it can meet increased demand from the US for its electric Porsche 911 conversions
Everrati Automotive has announced a new strategic partnership with Aria Group, experts in low-volume specialist manufacturing and composites, to meet increased US demand for the company’s electric Porsche 911 conversions.
UK-based Everrati describes itself as “the leading technology company redefining icons through the integration of the latest electric vehicle (EV) powertrains”. The 911 offerings are based around the 964 generation, with a choice of Coupe, Targa and Cabriolet in narrow body, wide body and officially-licenced Gulf Editions.
The flagship Signature wide body features a 500bhp EV powertrain with a high-power battery pack, capable of delivering an electric driving range of up to 200 miles, with a 0-60mph time of less than four seconds.
Everrati says it works “meticulously to preserve the original ‘feel’ and character of its redefined icons”, claiming that the transformation to electric power also involves the “optimisation of weight distribution, chassis response and safety.”
Justin Lunny, CEO of Everrati Automotive, commented: ““Demand for our electrified icons, such as the Signature edition – based on the Porsche 911 (964) – is surging globally, but particularly in California where our customer base of sustainability-conscious millennials and Gen-Zs is growing very quickly indeed.”
Everrati’s current line-up also includes EV versions of the Land Rover Series 2A, Ford GT40 and Mercedes-Benz W113 SL ‘Pagoda’.