New Everrati 911 ST: light-weight icon revived with 440bhp electrical restomod
There’s no scarcity of basic Porsche 911 restomods available on the market in 2023, however Oxfordshire agency Everrati has carved its personal area of interest with an ever-expanding portfolio of hand-built EV choices; the newest of which is a 911 ST-inspired machine with roots within the G-Collection period.
The ST joins Everrati’s 964 coupe, Targa and Cabriolet variants as a ground-up restoration centred round a pure electrical powertrain, comprising a 62kWh battery pack and a 440bhp electrical motor on the rear. This delivers drive by a limited-slip differential and launches the ST from 0-62mph in 4sec, a shade faster than a contemporary 992 Carrera. Over 200 miles of vary must be potential, however anticipate that determine to quickly decline when making use of all that energy.
Fortunately, the Everrati isn’t constructed by chopping up authentic 911 STs, of which only a handful have been constructed as pared again highway racers from 1970 till the next yr. The EV makes use of a restored G-Collection metal shell at its core, with an ST-inspired physique and light-weight measures to evoke the spirit of the basic. The agency claims that it has focused comparable weight figures to the 1970 ST, however with a metal chassis and a beefy battery and motor setup, it’s unlikely to get close to the sub-1000kg authentic.
Moreover the powertrain, the Everrati’s tech suite has been upgraded with air-con, energy steering and an infotainment system that includes Apple CarPlay. On condition that 911s of the interval weren’t designed to face up to the moment hit of electrical energy supplied by the Everrati, the chassis has been upgraded with trendy TracTrive suspension with adaptive dampers, with various ranges of stiffness managed by the motive force.
The electrical 911 ST has been designed and developed in-house at Everrati’s Oxfordshire base, and will probably be offered alongside the agency’s different basic EV conversions – a few of that are inbuilt California for the US market.