Governments are pushing for the removal of internal-combustion engines, and we may see classic cars being phased out at some point.
There is a way to save them, but it necessitates removing the powertrain and replacing it with a battery-electric system.
A number of businesses have begun to provide this service, including certain automakers such as Volkswagen Group, General Motors, and Ford.
Everrati, based in the United Kingdom, is one company that provides a comprehensive solution. On Thursday, the company unveiled a Ford GT40 that had been converted to electric power.
Thankfully, this conversion did not include an original GT40.
Instead, Everrati used one of Superformance's outstanding replica versions, which were produced in Jupiter, Florida.
Owners can expect a 0-60 mph acceleration time of less than four seconds and a top speed of 125 mph, according to Everrati.
Certain components outside of the powertrain have also been modified when necessary to meet modern standards (think safety) or to assist future-proof the vehicle.
In the next months, Everrati hopes to make a spectacular premiere of the GT40.
Everrati can also convert Porsche 911s from the 964 generation, Land Rover Series IIAs, and Mercedes-Benz SLs from the W113 generation.