Everrati has unveiled its latest modification of an electric car based on the Porsche 964 convertible with a wide-body configuration and a 500-horsepower zero-emission powertrain. The company suggests that the electric convertible is the first of its kind, joining the company’s previous transformations.
The Porsche 964 Cabriolet from Everrati retains its classic appearance, with minor changes in the exterior and inside the cabin. This is part of a complete restoration before switching to electric vehicles. Interestingly, the owners can return the 964th car to its original specification with an internal combustion engine at any time in the future, preserving its value in the classic car market.
The battery-powered car is equipped with an electric motor with either 440 hp or 500 hp, which is more than twice the performance of the 964 Carrera on which it is based. The power is transferred to the rear wheels, which allows you to accelerate to 0-100 km/h in less than 4 seconds. The battery with a capacity of 62 kWh provides a solid power reserve of 322 km.
The goal of the conversion was to preserve the character of the production Porsche 964 not only in terms of design but also in driving dynamics. For this reason, Everrati has done everything possible to bring the weight distribution and chassis setup as close as possible to the 911 with an internal combustion engine. Optionally, the Model 964 can be equipped with a fully adjustable traction suspension.
“Everrati has not announced the cost of the conversion, but the price of their 964 electric coupe ranges from $260,000 to $325,000 plus taxes, not including the cost of the donor car.”