The other day it was ICON’s 1949 Mercury, which still rocks the boat. Here comes another EV converted troublemaker: Dylan Coleman’s 1977 Porsche 911 Coupe. “The setup of the E-RWB makes 563ewhp (electric wheel horsepower), which is comparable to a car making 700hp at the crank.”
I think Porsche purists will love it. Not.
1977 Porsche 911 Coupe via Speedhunters.
Electromobility has never been so beautiful before.
“The powertrain is all-modern and was a co-engineering exercise between ICON and Stealth EV. The dual electric motor, transmission-less design provides 470 lb-ft of freight-train torque and the equivalent of 400 horsepower, with no shifts all the way up to the Merc’s 120 MPH top speed. A full Tesla Performance 85kWh battery array is strategically fit throughout the vehicle for exceptional weight balance. It is capable of an estimated 150- to 200-mile range and has 1.5-hour full recharge capability.“