1991 Porsche 911 converted to an electric 500-BHP beast

Everrati converts an old 1991 Porsche 964 911 to a modern day 500 BHP electric car.

Everrati, a UK-based EV conversion company has unveiled their latest creation - an electric 964-generation Porsche 911.

The new electric Porsche 911 comes with a 53 kWh battery pack paired with an electric motor, powering the rear axle. The electric powertrain is said to produce 500 BHP and 500 Nm and is said to offer a maximum range of 150 miles (241.4 km). Everrati also claims that the electric Porsche 911 is capable of accelerating from 0 - 100 km/h in less than 4 seconds.

The electric Porsche 911 also comes with DC fast-charging capabilities, allowing the car to charge from 10% to full in less than an hour. The car is also said to feature regenerative braking.

In terms of design, Everrati offers the model with a 'signature widebody' pack, which includes a number of carbon fibre body parts like the front and rear wings, as well as the roof.

The electric 911 also comes with genuine Porsche widebody front and rear bumpers. Everrati also states that the panels have been reinforced with steel offering better impact protection.

The car gets new ventilated disc brakes with big Brembo calipers and large 17-inch alloy wheels with the 18-inch wheels offered as an option. Everrati offers the electric 911 with two suspension packs - a standard version with a fixed coil-over setup or a performance-oriented version with adjustable dampers.

Changes have been made to the interior as well, with the electric 911 receiving a modern Porsche infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and navigation, custom air-conditioning system, electrically-adjustable and heated seats finished in leather or Alcantara upholstery and Porsche-inspired 5-gauge instrument cluster.

The 964 Porsche 911 electric car is said to be priced at GBP 250,000. This does not include taxes and the cost of a donor car.

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