Oxfordshire-based Everrati leads the vintage Porsche 911 restomod market in 2023 with their meticulously hand-built electric vehicles. Their latest addition, the Everrati ST, draws inspiration from the iconic 911 ST design of the G-Series era. The ST features a 62kWh battery, a powerful 440 bhp electric motor, and a limited-slip differential for a 0-62 mph time of 4 seconds. The EV is constructed using a refurbished G-Series steel shell, aiming to capture the essence of the original while offering modern amenities. Everrati also offers other historic EV conversions, including US-made models.
In 2023, while there is no shortage of vintage Porsche 911 restomods available, Everrati, based in Oxfordshire, has established itself as a leader in the field by offering a growing collection of meticulously hand-built electric vehicles (EVs). Their latest addition is a vehicle that draws inspiration from the iconic 911 ST design and pays homage to the G-Series era.
According to a digital media outlet, the Everrati ST is a completely new restoration featuring an all-electric drivetrain comprising a 62kWh battery pack and a powerful 440 bhp electric motor positioned at the rear. This model joins Everrati’s lineup, which already includes the 964 coupe, Targa, and Cabriolet variants.
Thanks to its limited-slip differential, the ST can accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in just 4 seconds, slightly outpacing a contemporary 992 Carrera. While the range is expected to exceed 200 miles, it’s important to note that utilizing the full power output may result in reduced range.
Everrati Breathes New Life Into The Classic Porsche 911 ST With A Powerful 440 Bhp Electric Restomod, Redefining Performance
Fortunately, Everrati doesn’t utilize original 911 ST models, as they were rare stripped-down road racers produced in limited numbers between 1970 and 1971. Instead, the EV’s foundation consists of a refurbished G-Series steel shell, which captures the essence of the original while incorporating ST-inspired bodywork and employing lightweight construction methods. Everrati aimed to achieve weight characteristics similar to the 1970 ST, but given the inclusion of a steel chassis and a robust battery and engine configuration, it becomes challenging to match the sub-1000kg weight of the original.
Apart from the electrified powertrain, the Everrati offers modern amenities such as power steering, air conditioning, and an infotainment system featuring Apple CarPlay integration. The chassis has been modified with TracTrive suspension, equipped with adaptive dampers that allow the driver to adjust stiffness levels. This alteration was necessary since the original 911s weren’t designed to handle the instantaneous power delivery of the electric drivetrain.
In addition to the electric 911 ST, Everrati also offers a range of other historic EV conversions, some of which are manufactured in California specifically for the US market. These models, created and developed internally at Everrati’s Oxfordshire headquarters, will be marketed alongside the electric 911 ST.