The company Everrati presented its new project, which is the electric Porsche 911 ST.
With almost 200,000 cars sold between 1973 and 1989, the G-Series represents the most prolific 911 series in Porsche history. The Everratty company, which specializes in electric cars, breathed new life into this sports model by replacing the conventional drive with an electric one.
The Coupe resembles the ST that was sold in limited numbers in 1970 and 1971, but it should be noted that the "real" 911 ST was not sacrificed for this project, according to Klix.ba
The "real" 911 ST was offered with 2.0- and 2.4-liter engines and developed up to 270 hp, but Everratti equipped the classic 911 with an electric drive that delivers 440 hp, and the power is transmitted to the rear axle. The ST-inspired car accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in about 4 seconds, and its 60 kWh battery provides a maximum range of 322 km.
For his latest project, Everratty teamed up with RS Werks, a Pennsylvania-based company that restores and modifies Porsche cars. One of the priorities is to keep the weight of the car as close as possible to the original, and although there are no official data, the Porsche 911 ST weighs only 960 kg. The two companies also focused on keeping the weight distribution as close to the original as possible.