The Eindhoven based start-up Voitures extravert, which gives classic cars a new life with a 100% electric drive, receives a capital injection of €300,000. The money comes from a major Dutch investor. They announced the investment on Wednesday. Founded in 2016, Voitures Extravert is a Dutch start-up based at the Automotive Campus in the Hi-Tech Eindhoven region and is the latest proof of the resurgent Dutch manufacturing industry and innovative strength in the field of automot
Classic sports car style with Tesla functionality? Too good to be true? Not anymore, courtesy Voitures Extravert. Traditionalists might compare this to adding an Apple Watch chip to a classic Rolex, but we don't think it's that drastic. Electric cars are the future and future-proofing classic cars- especially ones where the original engine is kaput- is a worthwhile pursuit. The Dutch company is specializing in '70s and '80s 911 examples, inserting special engines that include
The best part of the royal wedding definitely was the Jaguar E-Type Concept Zero. Lots has been said and written about the unconventional royal wedding past weekend, beautifully captured by the inspirational message from bishop Michael Curry. However, to us, the absolute highlight was the route of the royal couple from Windsor Castle to the reception at Frogmore House. A true royal endorsement of our mission: to color the streets again with iconic classics, based on technolog
Nothing will remain unknown, as today we're laser-scanning the quintessenza by the nanometer. Assisted by our partner Second2New, all internal dimensions will be available for the next phase: subframe and battery-casing engineering. Much more to follow in the coming weeks as we're now 'firing on all cylinders' with the prototype development.
Whether you like it or not, electric conversions of our favorite classic cars are here to stay and the latest example of this trend comes via Dutch company, Voitures Extravert, with their all-electric 911s. Called the Quintessenza, the electric conversion will be available in '70s and '80s 911 body styles, which will come complete with a Carrera 3.2 running gear, ventilated disc brakes, adjustable dampers, 250 miles of range, and a 0-60 time of 6 seconds. The first five cars