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Everrati, known for its integration of electric powertrains in classic, ICE-powered vehicles, has announced the expansion of its Porsche lineup with a new model, inspired by the legendary 911 ST. 


The original 911 ST, produced in limited numbers between 1970-1971, is considered one of the most revered and sought-after models in Porsche history. 


With the firm’s latest addition to its portfolio, which already includes EV versions of the Porsche 911 (964) Coupe, Targa and Cabriolet, Everrati says it “honours the heritage and legacy of the 911 ST, while creating a zero-emission masterpiece”. 


The new model is based on a restored steel G-Series base and features an OEM-grade 62kWh battery pack, delivering a claimed 200 mile free range. With electric motors making 440 bhp, the car is said to do 0-60mph in under four seconds.


To ensure the EV version achieved a weight and weight distribution close to that of the original 911 ST,  Everrati partnered with RS Werks, a Porsche restoration and customisation company based in Pennsylvania, USA


Everrati Founder and CEO, Justin Lunny, said: “This latest addition to our leading range of redefined and electrified Porsche 911s is one that all of us at Everrati have had in mind for a long time – and are delighted to finally showcase. 


“The original 911 ST is a legendary machine, ultra-rare, lightweight, the very essence of a motorsport-inspired Porsche. 


“Our redefined version pays homage to that legend, pairing handbuilt craftsmanship, similar weight and weight distribution with OEM-grade engineering processes, resulting in a new model that emulates the ST’s classic style and driver appeal, but is futureproofed via a state-of-the-art electric powertrain.”


Other cars in the Oxfordshire-based firm’s lineup of electrified classics include the Range Rover Classic, Land Rover Defender, Land Rover Series, GT40, and Mercedes-Benz W113 SL Pagoda. 

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Harry Leahey 22/05/23