Yes, I’d be in for one!
Probably WLTP range. So I guess around 170 miles in the real world.Kerb weight 1000kg, 40kWh battery, range of 230 miles. Is that realistic?
Quite a few people have converted 912s but their very expensive. I’ve been variously quoted £20-£50k to convert my old MX-5 with a similar level of performance and range, which on a car worth £5k at best isn’t realistic. There will be a bunch of cheaper options in the next few years I’m sure, but something new on a bespoke ev chasis is always going to be a better option (apart from emotional attachment to the old car).Yes, I’d be in for one!
I had an old 912 back in the day, sold it at the lowest price they ever were, had nowhere to store it.
Now I’m ‘into’ EVs, I’d love to have been able to convert it to electric, but realistically something like this would be more sensible.
Didn’t they convert a 356 on the Vintage Voltage TV show? That cost a lot more than one of these IIRC.
Always fancied a Chesil Speedster as well.
??? Why?No, not if its rear wheel drive.