Instead of using the standard bodywork of the Porsche 911, Everrati gave a modified widebody graft with a wide tire tread for this electric Porsche 911. This wide tire is intended to compensate for the car’s power which reaches 500 hp.
Everatti embeds a self-developed electric powertrain, a design that is specifically matched to the model fitted to maintain the original Porsche 911 driving experience.
The built-in electric motor is also positioned to maintain a similar weight distribution to the original. Impressively, Everrati designed this powertrain in such a way that the owner could return the car to its original specifications.
Everrati offers the option of a 440 or 500 hp electric motor. The 500 hp electric motor option is claimed to be able to accelerate from 0-60 mph in less than 4 seconds. Both electric motors get power from a 62-kwh battery unit that is claimed to provide 200 miles of range.
Everatti also offers several modification options for the electric 911, such as an adjustable suspension, carbon-fiber design pack, and a sound generator. Everatti itself has opened orders for this electric 911 but Everatti said the conversion process of this car will take a full year.