Dutch Company Turns Old Porsche 911s Into Electric Cars


Quintessenza Electric PorscheDutch company Voitures Extravert founded by Martijn van Dijk and Jurgen Moerman is taking old Porsche 911s and turning them into electric cars. Available in two models – the SE (pre-1974 911s) and the TE (late ’70s to ’80s) this beauty comes with a 60-kilowatt-hour battery pack, a perfect 50/50 weight balance, ventilated disc brakes, and adjustable dampers. Quintessenza will get from 0 to 62 miles (0-100 kmh) per hour in under 6 seconds, has a range of 249 miles (400 km), and a top speed of 124 mph (200 km/h).
The asking price? The Quintessenza Electric Porsche will set you back 300,000 euros, or about $370,000 at current exchange rates – that includes the donor car, parts, the build, and a five-year, 62,000-mile warranty.
Unfortunately, the five models built for 2018 were already sold, but the company is taking reservations for 12 builds that will arrive in 2019.
For more info be sure to pay a visit to Voitures Extravert’s website.


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