Everrati Electric GT40




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The GT40 is one of the world’s most unmistakable icons. Developed by the Ford Motor Company in 1960, it was developed to rival Ferrari and break their dominance at LeMans, famously delivering a 1,2,3 victory in 1966. An event recently popularised by the feature film ‘LeMans ’66’.

The GT40 MKII built in partnership between Everrati and Superformance LLC, is an authentic continuation model of this hugely iconic car – so authentic that it appears in both the GT40 register and the World Shelby register.

A highly authentic continuation model of the original that beat Ferrari and finished in the top three positions during the gruelling LeMans 24 hours in 1966. So authentic, that they are legally allowed to use the “GT40” name and as such carries a GT40/P chassis number and is eligible for the official GT40 registry and the official Shelby World registry.

Superperformance GT40 Specifications

Less than 4 seconds
800 BHP / 800 Nm torque
125+ miles
Battery Pack
60kWh battery pack
Combined AC and DC Fast charging
Drive Modes
Sport & Comfort

All GT40s redefined by Everrati include:

  • A complete factory assembled rolling chassis
  • Show quality paint finishes with many standard colours
  • Fully independent front and rear suspension
  • Bilstein® coil over progressive shocks with H&R Springs®
  • Four-wheel vented disc brakes, Wilwood calipers
  • High Performance Everrati Electric Powertrain
  • Original style steel monocoque chassis
  • Pressed steel roof
  • Right and left-hand drive models available
  • Included in latest Shelby World Registry
  • Original style seats with silver rivets
  • High capacity air-conditioner
  • Active sound performance exhaust
  • 700V EV powertrain system with Direct DC Fast charging as standard
  • OEM proven Dual Motor drive unit derived from high performance hypercar applications
  • Liquid cooled 60kWh battery supporting high performance use, with rapid discharge performance and superior power density

Optional Equipment

  • Special paints e.g. multi-layer, matt finish, pearl effect
  • The iconic ‘Gulf Livery’ with hand painted decals. Officially licensed by Gulf Oil International
  • Custom interior materials
  • Custom coloured brake callipers
  • Cat 5 alarm / tracker
  • Custom audio upgrade options
  • Parking sensors and/or rear camera
  • Gurney Bubble
  • Front Carnards
  • Ohlins adjustable Shock Absorbers
  • Roll bar
  • Rear Snorkels

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