The company has converted everything from the Porsche 356C, Citroen DS, Jaguar E-Type to the Land Rover Defender, all of which can be turned into electric cars.
If many people who convert classic cars into electric cars are just a hobby, Electrogenic can make the Land Rover Defender a work car.
This conversion kit consists of a 53 kWh battery that is installed in an unused area of the engine.
The claim, on a single full charge, can take the Defender 100 miles or 160.9 km, depending on road conditions or towing a trailer or not.
For charging the battery, with a power of 7.5 kilowatts, it allows a full charge overnight, although it is not stated how many hours, as reported by the official website electrogenic.co.uk.
An electric motor connected to a standard gearbox is capable of producing 80 kW of power or about 107.2 hp and 235 Nm of torque.
This means that the 4×4 motion system can still run to ensure the Defender can still go on off-road terrain.
With the specs above, the claim is that the Defender can accelerate from 0-100 km/h in 16 seconds.
Not very impressive indeed, but still faster than the original diesel engined Defender which lasted 19 seconds at the same parameters. For this conversion kit it sells for 24 thousand Pounds.