Big automakers face tall hurdles in building electric cars, so the smaller shops are reaping the rewards. This is easily seen in an electric 1961 Bentley Continental S3 unveiled by Lunaz. They are the wizards responsible for electric versions of classic Rolls-Royce, Jaguar, and Land Rovers. No detail is too small, so they chose an impeccable sedan featuring coachwork by Mulliner.
This build represents the doubling of their workforce along with moving from 8,000 square feet to over 40,000. They are now accepting commissions for S1, S2, and S3 Continentals, in coupe, sedan, or even convertible bodies. Pricing starts around $487,400, and that includes a restoration down to bare metal and an OEM-style electric powertrain. Of course, you will need a starting point, so click the button to find a Continental in need of high voltage.
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