The English preparer Everrati has imagined a 100% electric Ford GT40, produced in collaboration with Superformance, specialist in American cars.
In the past, Everrati has distinguished itself by its achievements on the basis of Porsche 911 Type 964, equipped with 100% electric engines. This time, the British preparer tackles the mythical Ford GT40, and for this has joined forces with Superformance, a specialist in American sportswomen.
First of all, this achievement is not based on a real Ford GT40, which would have been stripped of its V8 to replace it with an electric motor. Superformance has fully achieved a brand new chassis for the occasion, in order to allow Everrati to reproduce a Ford GT40 as faithful as possible to the model of the 1960s, while bringing it contemporary technologies.
Such an authentic replica that it has been recognized by Ford and Shelby, and registered as such with an official chassis number. The performances are there, with no less than 812 horsepower and 800 Nm of torque, allowing to swallow the 0 to 100 km / h in less than 4 seconds.
In detail, we find in particular Bilstein shocks and H&R springs, ventilated brake discs, air conditioning, as well as several possible options such as a special paint, a Gulf livery, custom interior trim, an alarm, parking aid, a reversing camera, or even a roll bar. The 46 kWh battery allows for a range of about 200 km.
Everrati and Superformance are still working on this new modern-day GT40, and are not announcing, for the moment, any release date or price.
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