The first Everrati Signature 911 for America is about to be delivered to its eager owner.
Everrati Automotive Limited, a technology company specializing in fitting electric powertrains to classic cars, has just completed its first Signature 911 (964) for the US market. The British firm has been restoring and retrofitting classics for some time now, having partnered with Superformance to build the first electric Ford GT40, and has been working toward expanding its presence in America for a while.
Earlier this year, it announced that it would soon be building its electric restomods here in the US with the help of the Aria Group, based in Irvine, California. The 964 Porsche 911 EV you see below was built in California and, subject to pre-delivery testing, is ready to be delivered to its eager owner.
The Signature 911 widebody creation produces 500 horsepower and roughly 369 lb-ft of torque, enough to do 0-60 mph in under four seconds. A 62-kilowatt-hour battery pack offers more than 200 miles of range and can be recharged through an AC outlet or a fast-charging DC outlet.
The example you see here is finished in the classic Porsche color of Mexico Blue, while the interior is trimmed with Bridge of Weir and Dark Blue leather over the classic tombstone seats. A set of modern illuminated gauges with EV-specific readouts maintain the old-school theme despite their obvious modern changes, and HRE C105 forged three-piece wheels with Satin Bronze centers are wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires for a sporty but classy look.
This will likely be the first of many Everrati 911s to be revealed in the coming months, as CEO Justin Lunny remarks that the company is seeing a "surge in interest" from customers across North America, with inquiries from California, Texas, Florida, and even as far north as Vancouver, Canada.
"It is a huge milestone for Everrati to see the completion of our first US customer car," commented Lunny, adding that this "is both a sign of our rapidly growing presence in markets around the globe, especially North America, and a representation of the shifting paradigm in car ownership for a conscious, progressive, and responsible generation."