Electric Classic Cars (ECC)

As the name suggests, Electric Classic Cars (ECC) specializes in converting combustion engines to electric drives. To do this, they regularly present their own vehicles, but at the same time they also cooperate with other tuners such as ECD Automotive Design. Electric Classic Cars (ECC) has not specialized in any particular brand. While on the one hand regular classic off-roaders like the Land Rover Defender are converted, on the other hand there is also a refined BMW E9 or a small Mini to admire. Vehicles from Porsche, VW or Mercedes can also be fitted with an electric motor on request. The company specializes in vehicles from the 50s to the early 80s. Electric Classic Cars (ECC) usually uses the Tesla Motors shelf for the components for the conversion. Electric Classic Cars (ECC) describes itself as the world's largest converter for electric drives and is based in Newtown (England). There is more about the company electricclassiccars.co.uk.

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