Everrati’s electric GT40 and Land Rover Series pass UN-ECE R100.01 certification

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Everrati Automotive Limited’s electric GT40 and its Land Rover Series have both passed UNECE R100.01 testing, which certifies an electric powertrain as being safe for use. The test process involves a thorough analysis of the electrical safety of the high voltage components in the vehicles, protection against electric shock, protection against direct and indirect contact, isolation resistance testing and overall vehicle safety.

As part of the GT40’s pre-production battery safety and validation process, the classic car conversion recently underwent R100.01 testing at Horiba MIRA in the UK. Its specially developed powertrain features a power-dense 62.5kWh Li-ion battery and 700V architecture generating up to 800bhp and 800Nm of torque.

Meanwhile, Everrati’s redefined Land Rover Series IIA passed UN-ECE R100.01 testing at the Netherlands Vehicle Authority – RDW. This vehicle, which is offered in both two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive setups, houses a 60kWh battery and produces 150bhp and 300Nm from its electric motors.

“The achievement of our Land Rover Series IIA and GT40 in attaining compliance to the vigorous UNECE R100.01 electrical safety testing is a testament to Everrati’s OEM-grade engineering, design and quality processes, which continues to raise the benchmark for the standards of electrified classics,” said Justin Lunny, founder and CEO of Everrati.

“Every Everrati product is the result of the most robust vehicle development and the attention to detail from our team of highly-skilled specialists. Both the GT40 and Series IIA, like all of our models, represent the very best in electrified icons and underline how we are continuing to set new standards in this rapidly growing sector.”

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