GT40 Le Mans legend goes electric with 800bhp

by Nik Berg
15 June 2022 2 min read
GT40 Le Mans legend goes electric with 800bhp
Photos: Everrati
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Everrati electric GT40

While some may dismiss it as a fake car with fake noise, Everrati says it’s nothing of the sort, citing an endorsement from the Shelby Registry. “A car such as the GT40 comes with a heritage and performance that sets high expectations,” explains Everrati’s engineering director Mike Kerr. “Through our strategic partnership with Superperformance, we are confident that we have delivered something extraordinary. The engineering team at Everrati is immensely proud to have received the honour of creating the only GT40 EV in the world to be listed in the official Shelby Registry.

“Our OEM-derived process approach has delivered a car of exceptional performance. At the same time, our advanced driver-focused visceral engagement technology will enable drivers to access a fully immersive aural experience and reignite the romance of the era in which the GT40 dominated the Le Mans 24 Hours in the 1960s, in a new era of zero-emission electric mobility.”

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