To highlight World EV Day Everrati opened its order book for bespoke electric vehicle (EV) conversions

In celebration of World EV Day, which took place on September 9, Everrati Automotive Limited announced that their books are open for commissions of their electric conversions of classic cars. Models in its range include the 911 (964) Porsche, the Ford GT40 created in partnership with Superformance and the Series IIA Land Rover model.

Everrati are a leading technology company specialising in the redefining and futureproofing of automotive icons through the integration of the very latest electric vehicle (EV) powertrains.

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Following recent displays Salon Privé and Concours of Elegance, the company have been inundated with enquiries. It’s great to see the classic car world being so receptive to the idea of preserving older cars while bringing them into the modern age as a zero-emissions electric vehicle (EV).

Today, via Everrati’s website, a build-slot can be secured on all models with a deposit of £1,000. Each bespoke commission is designed, developed, and manufactured at Everrati’s global headquarters in Upper Heyford, Oxfordshire, England, by an elite team of experts from across the automotive, aerospace and technology sectors.

Customers can experiment and personalise their own 964, GT40 and Series IIA commissions through Everrati’s new online configurator with a range of exterior paint colours, liveries and alloy wheel finishes.

Justin Lunny, Everrati CEO, said: “We are delighted to open our order books for the wide range of our electrified products. It has always been Everrati’s vision and mission to offer the most sought-after, expertly manufactured, sustainable, technically advanced and zero-emission cars.

“Since we announced our new models, interest from all over the world has been tremendous. Every Everrati build is fully bespoke and we’re excited to work with customers, bringing their unique EV dream car to life.”

Full details, specifications and prices can be found on Everrati’s website.

Ian Osborne
Ian Osborne
Editor-in-Chief at ElectricDrives

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