After Everrati recently unveiled an electrified Porsche 911 (964) and subsequently presented it at the Goodwood Festival of Speed on the hillclimb circuit, the next new car is now to follow. Together with Superformance, an automotive legend is now getting a silent drive. The car in question is the Ford GT40, whose molds have been used by Superformance for several years to create custom-fit replicas. A custom electric drive is currently being built at Everrati in Upper Heyford and will soon be made available to interested customers. Since Superformance only offers the GT40 as a rolling chassis anyway, for which the respective buyer must procure a suitable drive, this new package from Everrati naturally fits in well.
As with all Everrati projects, the team places a high value on the best possible weight distribution for the GT40. To this end, they took a close look at an empty Superformance chassis and then, with the help of appropriate programs on the computer, determined the exact positions of the batteries and electric motors, along with the respective shape of the components. It isn’t yet known when the first electric GT40s will hit the road.