The company unveiled an electric resmotode based on the classic Porsche 911. Among other things, the new product boasts 500 horsepower. Prices start at $ 354,000, and this does not include the price of the donor car.
Everrati Automotive Limited, which was founded in 2019, is dedicated to restoring and modifying classic cars “to make them fit for the new electrified era in the automotive industry.” The company has just unveiled its new flagship model based on the 964 generation Porsche 911. The novelty is great in every way it can.
The project was based on a completely restored 1991 Porsche 911, which was completely dismantled to a monocoque chassis, with the entire body, power plant, suspension and internal components removed from the car.
The car’s original bare zinc coating was then water-blasted, followed by a carbon fiber widebody kit.
A custom package from the atelier replaces the original steel front and rear fenders and bonnet with carbon fiber counterparts. The doors are also made from the same material, but reinforced with high strength steel for better side impact protection. You can also have a carbon fiber roof, but only if your 964 generation 911 doesn’t have a sunroof.
The original “flat” six-cylinder engine has been replaced by a modern battery-powered electric powertrain. Everrati says the engine delivers a maximum power of 500 horsepower (500 Nm), making it more powerful than the original 964 generation sports coupe. The company says it takes less than four seconds to accelerate to 100 km / h and the car can drive more than 241 km without recharging.
Some suspension components have been retained in their original form, such as the aluminum rear trailing arms, while others have been replaced with more modern and upgraded parts, including optional adaptive dampers from Tractive.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that Porsche will present the most powerful version of the Cayenne. This modification is based on the Cayenne Turbo Coupe and is already undergoing final tests.