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First 911 with new EV kit delivered

Thursday, 30 March 2023 at 11:00:00 UTC


Al Suttie

Electrogenic delivers first customer ‘plug and play’ 911

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The first EV-converted Porsche 911 to use Electrogenic’s ‘plug and play’ electrification kit has been delivered to its new owner.

Using Electrogenic’s drop-in EV conversion, the car comes with a 160kW water-cooled motor that delivers 215bhp and 230lb ft of torque. It drives the rear wheels via a single-speed transmission, giving 0-60mph in less than five seconds.

The conversion is based on a 1985 G-series 911 and is fitted with a backdated kit to give it the look of a 1973 2.7 RS.

Included in the kit are modern EV features such as Eco, Sport, and Traffic driving modes, as well as regenerative braking. The car has a driving range of up to 200 miles and recharging can be completed in as little as 50 minutes using a rapid charger.

Inside, the car has repurposed instruments to give vital information about battery charge and range, and there is an electric cabin heater.

Steve Drummond, co-founder of Electrogenic, said: ‘The delivery of this special 911 marks the start of an exciting new chapter for Electrogenic. The kits enable us to offer our market-leading, ‘plug and play’ EV technology to customers around the globe, and at scale, taking our business to a whole new level.
‘We’ve been inundated with interest from all over the globe since we launched the kits, and we’re now looking forward to delivering truly transformative clean and reliable electric motoring to enthusiasts the world over, working in close partnership with our fast-growing network of installers. This really is just the start, so stay tuned for further exciting announcements in the coming months.’

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