Everrati, a leading global technology company specialising in the redefining and futureproofing of automotive icons, today launches Everrati Advanced Technologies (EAT). This new division will enable commercial business-to-business (B2B) clients to rapidly bring their specialist and luxury electric vehicles to life.
EAT draws upon Everrati’s unique combination of engineering experience amassed from more than 50 years of collective expertise working within automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).
EAT will provide consultation on a suite of electrification solutions for commercial clients using Everrati’s proven automotive electric vehicle (EV) propulsion system platforms as a starting point. This will be from the initial concept, analysis services and feasibility study to complete turnkey EV powertrain provision. In addition, EAT will provide software and IP development for bespoke customer requirements.
Initially focused on the low-volume specialist and luxury vehicle sector, EAT will provide design, development, engineering and production consultancy services. This enables customers to create almost any bespoke EV powertrain solution they desire whether it’s a redefined version of an existing vehicle or an entirely new electric propulsion system application.
Over the last three years, the Oxfordshire-based company has developed sector-leading technology, designing and developing a range of class-leading EV platforms for its portfolio of redefined automotive icons. This flexible propulsion system enables the powertrain to be mounted in the front, middle or rear of the vehicle, with drive sent to any combination of wheels.
Everrati’s OEM-derived product delivery process and approach to development and testing can be applied to almost any type of vehicle. This allows EAT’s customers to create almost any configuration of luxury EV and accelerate delivery times.
Experience in delivery to multiple global territories allows EAT to work with customers to ensure their product complies with local market regulatory and legislative standards. EAT also expects to achieve ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 accreditation in 2023.
Sector-leading technology and quality expertise are further backed up by Everrati’s proven integration and applications experience. This includes DC fast charging, battery design and packaging, functional safety, vehicle systems integration and user interface development.
The company has also developed strategic partnerships with leading Tier 1 suppliers across battery, inverter and e-motor technologies, with EAT bringing together the best in EV components, alongside Everrati’s innovations, under one roof.
The division will support the increasing demand for consultancy services and electrification solutions from other luxury sectors including marine and aerospace. Everrati’s flagship model, the upcoming GT40, represents the pinnacle of redefined performance EV icons.
The GT40 features 800bhp Helix e-motors and 700-volt architecture, with high-density batteries, class-leading discharge rates and 150kW charging capability. The GT40 brings OEM levels of technology and performance to the sector that EAT customers will now be able to draw on for their projects.
Justin Lunny, Everrati CEO and founder, said: “We are delighted to launch Everrati Advanced Technologies – a new division of Everrati dedicated to specialist and luxury low volume electric vehicle design and manufacture for third party customers.
“Everrati’s reputation is built on our own OEM-grade proprietary EV platform technology combined with the skills of our team – many of whom have held senior engineering positions at leading automotive brands.
“This unique combination has quickly driven global demand for our products, which set new standards in the sector. We are now delighted to offer the same levels of expertise to specialist and luxury vehicle brands to support our commercial clients’ electric ambitions.”
Everrati has also announced the appointment of Ian Fenton, who is joining as a member of the Advisory Board to develop its international footprint. He brings 30 years of international experience in the motor industry having held senior roles at Ford of Europe, Ford Motor China, Mazda JV, Jaguar Land Rover, Aston Martin Lagonda Plc and Aston Martin Works Ltd.
Lunny added: “I am also honoured to welcome Ian Fenton to our senior team. Ian’s highly relevant and deep experience gleaned from many director positions with leading OEMs, will be invaluable to both Everrati and Everrati Advanced Technologies, further strengthening our offering to all customers.”
With multiple projects already in place with start-ups and established luxury brands, EAT has already begun development work on several customer electrification projects, details of which will be announced in the coming months.