Everrati Automotive Limited has revealed the latest addition to its lineup: An electric version of the Land Rover Series IIA, a zero-emission utilitarian vehicle for the 21st century.
A genuine British icon, the Land Rover Series IIA is renowned as one of the most accomplished off-road vehicles ever made since its conception 60 years ago. As the brainchild of celebrated automotive designer Maurice Wilks, the Series IIA set a benchmark as the world’s first four-wheel-drive vehicle available to the public.
The electrified Land Rover incorporates a brand new EV powertrain, uniquely designed and developed by Everrati. The powertrain utilises a 60kWh battery pack equipped with advanced battery management and temperature control. Power output for the system stands at 150bhp and 300Nm of maximum torque.
The car has a range of up to 200km, and can offer both two and four-wheel drive modes, as well as hi/low ranges for optimised traction and dynamic ability whether on-road or off, ensuring the car’s original access all areas capacity endures. Power steering and braking allow for a more accessible driving experience, whilst preserving and updating the feel of the Series IIA’s original controls.
The driver and front passenger are also well taken care of thanks to heated front seats, trimmed in fine, sustainable automotive leather supplied by Scotland’s Bridge of Weir. The leathers here are not only noted for being of the highest quality but also the world’s lowest carbon intensity automotive leather, further adding to Everrati’s overall sustainability mission.