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This company wants to convert classic cars into EVs

A British company has tackled the restoration of vintage cars. They will be used for luxury hotels.

A British company, Lunazembarked on a program to restore collectible cars. It has just unveiled a completely redesigned version of the Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II. This car from the English manufacturer has, in a way, a strong historical and symbolic value.

She was indeed built in 1960 especially for actress Sophia Lauren. Lunaz took it over not only to restore it, but also to convert it into an electric vehicle. So, unlike other old Rolls-Royces, it’s not a gasoline engine which keeps it going.

A Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II transformed into an electric vehicle

At first glance, this Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II benefits from numerous modifications compared to the original version. In short, the British company did not just convert this classic car into an electric vehicle. She was treated to a proper restoration, including the bodywork and of his painting.

The most important part of this project remains, of course, the conversion to electric vehicle. However, the idea is not to stop at this 1960 Rolls-Royce, but also to carry out the same restorations and transformations on other vintage cars. Moreover, Lunaz has already produced an electric Rolls-Royce Phantom before tackling the Silver Cloud II.

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A classic car restoration program for luxury hotels

This unique Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II is, in fact, part of a hotel program run by Lunaz. In short, the company is responsible for restoring and modifying collector car models that belong to various luxury hotels in the world. These establishments will then be able to use these vehicles to transport their customers to and from the airports.

More generally, these restored collector cars may be used in the context of chauffeur services. These electrical conversions will thus be found all over the world, mainly in Europe, the Middle East, the United States and Southeast Asia. And according to Lunazthese restorations will mainly relate to Rolls-Royce and Bentley models.

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