When the automobile industry makes a noise Imminent wholesale switch to electric vehicles, Existing classic cars (and their replicas) are beginning to appear to be the largest hub for combustion engines. At least until the British company announced it, we thought it would break the tradition and offer a clone of the Ford GT40 that replaced the V8 with a bunch of batteries.
The company in question, Everrati, announced on Thursday that it has already begun the first GT40 EV conversion based on previous V8 engine-powered vehicles. However, Everrati does not chop up the precious originals, but uses licensed replicas manufactured by the renowned manufacturer Superformance. Very powerful continuation Shelby, Corvette, and, of course, the GT40.
Superformance is involved in the whole line, not just one EV conversion. Everrati describes the current GT40 project as “the first new model from a partnership.” Neither specifies the EV component used to perform the conversion, but it may not be used. Ready-made tesla unit.. Everrati states that the GT40 will be equipped with a “custom-designed power unit and battery system.” These are installed in a way that mimics the GT40’s original weight distribution and overall “characteristics”. This probably means other handling dynamics and overall power supply.
As mentioned above, this car is the first of several GT Fort Es, or could pave the way for electrified Cobra, Daytonas, and Corvette. If that bothers you, be aware that Superformance hasn’t abolished the continuation car with a V8 engine. They are branded bread and butter. Save those tears in case the combustion engine is really dead.
https://www.thedrive.com/news/41554/theres-an-electric-ford-gt40-replica-in-development There is an electric Ford GT40 replica under development