Everrati, the world's leading technology company specializing in redefining and preparing automotive icons for the future, announced its Porsche 911 Wide Body Electrified cabriolet, the first of its kind in the world.
The model was developed and designed based on the 964 generation, by Everrati in collaboration with the Aria Group.
Combining a zero-emission convertible engine with iconic design, Everrati's newest model offers a truly unique experience, with exhilarating performance thanks to its state-of-the-art OEM-grade EV powertrain, specialized to deliver clean air.
The car is based on Everrati's desire to contribute positively to the reduction of air pollution, allowing maximum driving pleasure with the top down.
With large-scale manufacturers focusing their resources on producing hardtop electric vehicles, options for convertible electric vehicles are scarce.
Everrati is preserving the unique hood-down driving experience, offering buyers a choice beyond top brands, combining timeless style with the latest EV technology.
More important details about the Everrati Porsche 911 Wide Body Cabriolet
Everrati's new convertible is equipped with up to 500 hp and 500 Nm (368 lb-ft.) of torque, which is enough for 0-60 mph (0-97 kph) in under four seconds.
According to the manufacturer, the vehicles also have a range of 321 km, possible due to the installation of a 62 kWh battery.
The best part of the conversion is the fact that it's fully reversible, so owners can take the car back to its original specification if they so choose.
The model's original boxer engine can be replaced by two types of electric motors, with 440 or 500 horsepower, which naturally drive the rear wheels.
The Porsche 911 Wide Body Cabriolet is therefore much faster than its base version, accelerating to 100 km/h in four seconds.
The model's battery has a capacity of 62 kilowatt-hours, which allows it to travel 320 kilometers on a single charge.
Regardless, the top-of-the-line variant comes with more than twice the power of the original 964-generation Porsche 911 Cabriolet.
Each car is based on an original donor chassis and body, and these are selected for their functionality and condition.
The aim of this conversion is to maintain the feel and character of the 964-generation Porsche 911 with optimized weight distribution, without any negative effect on safety, chassis response or performance.
Customers can even order a fully adjustable TracTive suspension system for their build, which can enable multiple riding modes.
Pricing information was not specified, but order books are officially open on the Everrati website.