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Saturday, February 8, 2020

This electric version of Porsche 910 classic able to speed up to 300 kph

Of course for the classic car enthusiasts, the figure of a Porsche 910 classic racing car is not something unfamiliar. The Porsche classic car originally built in the 1960s as the racing car and based on the Porsche 906 model. This car is produced in a limited number, which is as many as 29 units.
This electric version of Porsche 910 classic able to speed up to 300 kph. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/3bdmmb7)
The cars are seen passing fast in several European racing circuits in a very short time, between 1966 and 1967 with some quite impressive achievement records, namely by winning several racing competitions like the 1000 km Nürburgring and several European's Hillclimb series in 1967.
This electric-powered Kreisel Evex 910e price soars dramatically to US $1.07 million or around Rp.14.2 billion. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/3bdmmb7)
In the end, there's a piece of good news when an Austrian company called Kreisel Electric in collaboration with Evex Fahrzeugbau, a German automotive company is rebuilt the Porsche 910 model by using the electric drive which was then called the Kreisel Evex 910E in 2017. Just for info, the Austrian company has ever produced an electric version of the Mercedes Benz G Class which later used by one of Hollywood's famous actors, Arnold Schwarzenegger.
The all-electric performance of the car is also impressive thanks to the high-energy-density 53 kWh battery pack that they managed to fit in a 1,100 kg (2,400 lbs) car. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/3bdmmb7)
As quoted from Motor1, when viewed from its physical appearance, this fully electric-powered car looks similar to the original Porsche 910 but it can be sure this car may pass on public roads, thanks to the electric power it carries. To make the electric version, so the Porsche 910 sports car should be experienced a total modification mainly to swap its conventional engine to the electric drive system so that it fully uses electricity.
The all-electric performance of the car is also impressive thanks to the high-energy-density 53 kWh battery pack that they managed to fit in a 1,100 kg (2,400 lbs) car. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2upIYo9)
Reportedly as well, due to the application of the electric drive system in it so made the car's price soar dramatically to US $1.07 million or around Rp.14.2 billion. And to support the car's performance, Kriesel installed a 53 kWh battery system to supply power to the electric motors so as able to produce power of up to 483 hp and torque of 770 Nm. And then the power is channeled to the wheels through a two-speed transmission system.
This electric-powered Kreisel Evex 910e that were originally produced only 35 units, and later 4 units were built by Evex. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/3bdmmb7)
By using those power, so the 910e is claimed to be able to accelerate from 0-100 kilometers per hour with a record time of 2.5 seconds with top speed through to reach 300 kph. While the car's cruising range reaching as far as 350 km for a single battery recharged.

As for the exterior design of the car, Kriesel entrusted it to Evex Fahrzeugbau, a German automotive company to make changes that were felt necessary to some parts of the car. The vintage style was also maintained like its original car style. Yes, making slight adjustments from the side of the frame due to the use of conventional engines are different from electric drives.
The company said that only 35 units were originally produced, and later 4 units were built by Evex. Finally, this electric-powered Kreisel Evex 910e had debuted at the Techno Classica 2017 in Essen, Germany and sat calmly side by side with a conventional engined Porsche 910 replica. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | KRIESEL ELECTRIC | EVEX | WIKIPEDIA | MOTOR1]
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