Everrati reveals 500bhp electric 1991 Porsche 911 964
‘Signature’ model boasts 500bhp and 150-mile range Everrati Automotive has given a public debut to a new fully electric sports car based on a 1991 Porsche 911 964.
The wide-bodied ‘Signature’ model features carbon-fibre body elements and what Everrati says is a state-of-the-art powertrain coupled to a 53kWh battery pack and battery management system. The result is a completely emissions-free vehicle that’s based on an original 964, with a stated range of more than 150 miles and sub four-second acceleration to 62mph. The 964 also boasts 500bhp and 500Nm maximum torque, although any further details were yet to be given at the time of writing.
Everrati was founded in 2019, originally under the name Ionic Cars, by entrepreneur Justin Lunny and long-term automotive specialist Nick Williams. The first project the company undertook was a Mercedes-Benz SL Pagoda, which Everrati continues to offer today alongside electrified Porsche 964 Coupe and Targa models. The company, whose mission is to redefine and future proof what it calls automotive icons through the integration of EV powertrains, revealed the 964 at the London Concours on 8 June. Everrati says following an intensive test and development programme, its ‘Signature’ wide-body model will be offered to customers as part of the company’s extensive portfolio of restored, remastered and electrified automotive icons.