Well, what do we have here? An all-electric 964 generation Porsche 911 turned into an EV? Why yes, it is! Everrati Automotive Limited has turned a ’90s classic into a retro-modern machine by swapping out its high-performance aircooled flat six engine for a 53-kWh battery and an electric motor. It’s also packed with modern accouterments like the Porsche Classic infotainment system with Apple CarPlay compatibility, heated front seats, and an upgraded climate control system. Not bad, right?
In addition to giving your 964 generation 911 a makeover under the skin, Everrati also give the chassis a full restoration with the help of the best Porsche experts, since that’s one of the company’s specialties. The car’s original weight distribution remains close to the original and you get a special torque-biasing Quaife ATB differential plus a custom five-gauge cluster that also tries to keep the original look.
Everrati offers two versions. The Pure narrow body can travel over 180 miles per charge and generates 440 hp and 339 lb-ft of torque along with Sport and Eco driving modes. If that’s not enough for you, the Signature wide body with the available performance package bumps output to 500 hp and 368 lb-ft; however, the total driving range drops to just over 150 miles per charge. The 964 also gets a Tractive electronically adjustable suspension with integrated drive modes and a ducktail spoiler as part of the Performance package. Everrati says the standard Pure model can hit 60 mph in 4.5 seconds while Signature variants with the Performance package do the same deed in less than 4.0 seconds.
How much is this resto-mod going to cost you? A lot. The Pure starts at $283,970 while the Signature begins at $354,962. That’s before adding the donor vehicle and all applicable taxes and registration, by the way.