Everrati Automotive Limited, the technology company specialising in the redefining and futureproofing of automotive icons through the integration of cutting-edge EV powertrains, has unveiled its electric Land Rover Series IIA at the luxury automotive event, London Concours. Visitors to the automobile extravaganza, held in the Artillery Gardens of the Honourable Artillery Company’s Headquarters in the heart of London until 8 June, will be able to see the Land Rover Series IIA as part of ‘The Cars That Built Land Rover’ show feature.
With a 60kWh battery and 150bhp and 300Nm from its electric motors, Everrati’s Land Rover Series IIA offers both two-wheel and four-wheel drive modes and a range of up to 150 miles, almost identical to its combustion-engined past, combined with regenerative braking, AC and DC fast charging capability. Combined with the very latest in sustainable luxury materials, including the world’s lowest carbon leather for the automotive industry from leading leather manufacturer, Bridge of Weir, it further highlights Everrati’s overall mission for sustainable luxury.
“We are extremely proud to have our Land Rover Series IIA on show at London Concours,” said Justin Lunny, co-founder and CEO of Everrati, “As it perfectly aligns with the event’s celebration of motoring prestige and the homage to Maurice Wilkes’ game-changing creation. We look forward to showing visitors how we have redefined this piece of automotive history to the highest standards in the bid to preserve its legacy and be enjoyed by generations to come.”