The electric Pagoda SL is a form of Everrati’s collaboration with classic car restoration specialist Hilton & Moss.
“Everrati is proud to work with a partner who holds the very high standards of quality,” said Justin Lunny, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Everrati.
“With its cutting-edge experience working on Mercedes-Benz cars and a passion for the finest restoration, Hilton & Moss is the perfect partner to redefine the W113 SL ‘Pagoda,’ experience,” added Lunny.
A glimpse of Hilton & Moss, a Hertfordshire, England based company that has over 40 years of restoration experience.
Hilton & Moss has been trusted to work on iconic classic cars such as the Jaguar E-Type, Aston Martin DB5, and Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing.
Now in this collaboration, Hilton & Moss is tasked with restoring the chassis and body of the Mercedes-Benz SL ‘Pagoda’ down to the deepest detail.
The difference is that instead of using the original six-cylinder engine, Everrati embeds an electric drive with a 57 kWh battery.
This drive has a 3-phase AC electric motor that produces 134 kW or 182 hp and 550 Nm of torque.
Everrati claims the electric convertible SL Pagoda can accelerate from 0-96 km/h in just 7 seconds, 1.8 seconds faster than the original.
Then about the mileage, Everrati said the battery in the electric Pagoda SL can cover a distance of more than 257 kilometers.
Like other Everrati electric cars, the electric Pagoda SL battery can certainly support AC charging and DC fast charging.
Given its classic status and detailed restoration, this SL Pagoda by Everrati also comes at an exorbitant price.
Precisely Everrati SL Pagoda electric prices start from 295,000 pounds sterling.