British conversion company Everrati, which specialises in electric conversions of automotive icons, has launched a new business unit: The service unit will help B2B customers develop their own specialist and luxury electric cars.
Everrati’s first project together with the Californian company Superformance is, as reported last summer, an electrified version of the legendary Ford GT40. The experience gained from this and other conversion projects for classic and vintage vehicles is now to be made available to commercial customers.
The ‘Everrati Advanced Technologies’ (EAT) division uses the proven Everrati platforms for electric drive systems as a starting point and offers consultations on a range of electrification solutions, according to the company. These include initial concepts, analyses and feasibility studies, but also the provision of a turnkey EV powertrain with customised software from EAT.
In other words, Everrati wants to offer design, development, engineering and production consulting services through its subsidiary. These will enable customers to develop “almost any customised EV powertrain solution they want”, according to the promise.
Everrati states that its in-house development and testing approach can be applied to “almost any type of vehicle”. The range includes mounting the e-drive in the front of the vehicle, as a mid-motor or even as a rear-motor arrangement.
“Everrati’s reputation is built on our own OEM-grade proprietary EV platform technology combined with the skills of our team – many of whom have held senior engineering positions at leading automotive brands,” said Justin Lunny, founder and CEO of Everrati. “We are now delighted to offer the same levels of expertise to specialist and luxury vehicle brands to support our commercial clients’ electric ambitions.” Customers include start-ups as well as established brands, adds Lunny.
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