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Everrati New Division EAT to Specialize in Luxury Electric Vehicles

In addition, EAT will provide software and IP development for bespoke customer requirements.

by Aishwarya Saxena

Global technology company, Everrati has launched a new division, Everrati Advanced Technologies (EAT) that will enable commercial B2B clients to rapidly bring their own specialist and luxury electric vehicles to life.

EATEverrati Advanced Technologies (EAT) draws upon Everrati’s unique combination of engineering experience; amassed from more than 50 years of collective expertise working within automotive OEMs.

Everrati Founder and CEO, Justin Lunny, said: “We are delighted to launch Everrati Advanced Technologies – a new division of Everrati dedicated to specialist and luxury low volume electric vehicle design and manufacture for third party customers.

“Everrati’s reputation is built on our own OEM-grade proprietary EV platform technology combined with the skills of our team – many of whom have held senior engineering positions at leading automotive brands. This unique combination has quickly driven global demand for our products, which set new standards in the sector. We are now delighted to offer the same levels of expertise to specialist and luxury vehicle brands to support our commercial clients’ electric ambitions.

“These customers range from start-ups to established brands, and all share similar needs: the very latest in cutting-edge, OEM-grade, flexible electrification solutions that will enable them to go zero-emission without delay. It is critical that every brand moves to EVs to meet incoming emissions rules globally. With the support of Everrati’s engineering and development skills, allied to our proprietary EV platform technology and strategic partnerships with leading Tier 1 component manufacturers, Everrati Advanced Technologies will provide specialist and luxury vehicle customers with any level of electrification support, from concept to complete turnkey vehicle solution.

“I am also honoured to welcome Ian Fenton to our senior team. Ian’s highly relevant and deep experience, gleaned from many director positions with leading OEMs, will be invaluable to both Everrati and Everrati Advanced Technologies (EAT), further strengthening our offering to all customers.”

Utilising proven Everrati automotive EV propulsion system platforms as a starting point, EAT provides consultation on a suite of electrification solutions for commercial clients, from initial concept, analysis services and feasibility study to complete turnkey EV powertrain provision.

In addition, EAT will provide software and IP development for bespoke customer requirements.

Over the last three years, Everrati has developed sector-leading technology, designing, and developing a range of class-leading EV platforms for its portfolio of redefined automotive icons.

This highly flexible propulsion system enables the powertrain to be mounted in the front, middle or rear of the vehicle, with drive sent to any combination of wheels.

Everrati’s OEM-derived product delivery process and approach to development and testing can be applied to almost any type of vehicle, it allows EAT’s customers to create almost any configuration of luxury EV and accelerate delivery times

EAT applies Everrati’s own industry-standard and proven product delivery model to seamlessly match customer requirements and delivery processes.

The new division EAT will support increasing demand for consultancy services and electrification solutions from other luxury sectors including marine and aerospace.

Everrati’s flagship model, the upcoming GT40, represents the pinnacle of redefined performance EV icons.

Everrati also announces further strengthening of its senior team with Ian Fenton joining as a member of the Advisory Board to develop its international footprint.

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