Porsche has pretty much bet the farm on the future of driving enjoyment being electrified. With a new Taycan, as well as reports of an electric Sport Turismo on the horizon, plus the myriad of performance hybrids Porsche has committed to, it’s basically a given that your future Porsches will come with wall plugs. That’s a good thing for the future of performance, as well as the potential benefits for cleaner air quality. It’s great to see that Porsche is moving forward in these avenues, technology has the ability to improve our driving enjoyment. It would seem that the Porsche aftermarket is jumping on the EV bandwagon as well.
EV West has been building high-powered electric sports cars for quite a few years now, and they may be the best known name in electric conversions here in the U.S. According to this post on Instagram, they’ve teamed up with RWB impresario Akira Nakai to produce an electric wide-body 911 for the SEMA show that happens in just a couple weeks. We don’t yet know what exactly this motley crew of car customizers is going to unveil at SEMA, but we’ll be there to see it as it happens. It could be a long-nose conversion, it could be a 964 or 993, or it could be something completely out of the ordinary. Check back in a couple weeks for up close and personal shots of the teased electric RWB 911.