April 7, 2017


Kreisel has converted the Porsche 910 into an all-electric monster, boasting an electric range of 215 miles and under 2.5 seconds for 0-60 acceleration.

Kreisel does it again

This isn’t exactly the first time that the Austrian EV tuner has turned a well-known, iconic vehicle into an all-electric beast. As you may have seen already, they have an extensive portfolio ranging from an all-electric Mercedes G-Class to an all-electric BMW 3 Series.

Their latest ambition is the Porsche 910, and I must say, it looks breathtaking.

Meet the EVEX 910e

The name isn’t the particularly catchy, but it packs some impressive specs inside a body that should look familiar. Developed in partnership with EVEX Fahrzeugbau GmbH, the converted Porsche has a 100 kW battery pack inside that gives it an electric range of a whopping 215 miles or 350 kilometers. And the company adds that this is a realistic range, not an official, rather theoretical range.

As is the case with most high-end electric cars, the EVEX 910e can accelerate from 0 to 60mph in under 2.5 seconds (it takes about 2.5 seconds for it to go from 0 to 100 km/h). The 2017 interpretation of a 1960s classic gives the vehicle 490HP via its electric motor while there is an option to add a unique 2-speed transmission made by the Kreisel brothers.

The vehicle is in fact street legal and will be available for purchase in limited quantities. The catch? It will set you back 1 million euros or approximately 1.06 million in US dollars.

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