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Everrati Electric Ford GT40

British electric conversion specialist Everrati has partnered with American continuation classic builder Superperformance to revive one of history’s most iconic sports cars, the legendary Ford GT40. The main goal is for the GT40 to retain the driving character (maintaining the proper weight distribution and handling) of the original, except for running on electric power. The beast is equipped by a 700V EV powertrain system with Direct DC Fast charging, and is capable of delivering 800 BHP/800 Nm torque, and a 0 to 60 in less than 4 seconds. The Liquid cooled 46kWh battery allows for a range of 125+ miles. You can now order with right and left-hand drive models available, and with several custom options to choose from.



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ADASTRA TRIMARAN SUPERYACHT | Image

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KAWASAKI S1 | BY TWINLINE MOTORCYCLES | Image

KAWASAKI S1 | BY TWINLINE MOTORCYCLES

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