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Everrati presents an electric restomod

The British from Everrati have made a restomod on the basis of Porsche 911 Type 964, with an electric motor of more than 500 horsepower!

Everrati presents its latest achievement based on a Porsche 911 (Type 964) from 1991, which comes in two versions: Pure and Signature. The last being the one that interests us today: it is about the most powerful and the sportiest, with a wide body “wide body” made to measure, partly made of carbon fiber. The original chassis has been further refurbished and treated against corrosion to ensure its longevity for many years to come, while an adjustable suspension and high performance Brembo brakes complete its features.

Porsche 911 (Type 964): more than 500 100% electric horsepower

Under the hood, the original 964 Flat 6 gives way to a 100% electric motorization, developing the trifle of 507 horsepower for 500 Nm of torque, or no less than 257 horsepower and 190 Nm additional compared to the original petrol engine. The original weight distribution has been retained, and Everrati specifies that its 911 Signature weighs less than the 1,450 kg of the original model.

In terms of performance, the 0 to 100 km / h is swallowed in less than 4 seconds, for a autonomy the 240 km thanks to a 53 kWh battery, which can be recharged in less than an hour thanks to a fast charging station. As with any modern electric car, a braking and deceleration energy recovery system is also present, and also allows driving with a single pedal, like a Nissan Leaf for example.

The interior is updated with the integration of a PCCM system (Porsche Classic Communication Management) with its small 3.5-inch touchscreen including GPS navigation, DAB + radio, Bluetooth connectivity, and also Apple CarPlay compatibility. Electric and heated seats, air conditioning and a new instrument cluster are also appearing.

If you wish to have your Porsche 911 (Type 964) converted by Everrati, it will cost you the sum of 250,000 pounds excluding tax, or the equivalent of 290.500 euros, to which you will also have to add the cost of the original car that you must provide.

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