Bridge of Weir, Scotland, 03 September 2021 – First of all, Bridge of Weir Leather is most noteworthy and expert supplier of Fine Automotive Leather. Moreover to the world’s most respected luxury car brands. For they are delighted to host the first public debut of a new electric version of the legendary Land Rover Series IIA. For it’s announced and located at this weekend’s 2021 Concours of Elegance.
Fully restored and updated with a state-of-the-art electric powertrain, the new zero emission classic / electric vehicle conversion comes from leading EV technology company Everrati. For I mean they are an electric vehicle conversion company. Moreover and will be on display at Bridge of Weir’s members’ enclosure at Hampton Court Palace from 3-5 September.
Expert supplier of Fine Automotive Leather to the world’s most respected luxury car brands, Bridge of Weir Leather hosts public debut of Everrati’s latest electrified classic electric car conversions. All at its members’ enclosure at Concours of Elegance
Electric version of the Land Rover Series IIA has been fully restored and paired with a new electric powertrain – and features Bridge of Weir leather throughout.
So the new model from EV technology company joins Bridge of Weir’s ‘Icons’ display. All which features an exceptional selection of cars. For that’s including the McLaren Speedtail and Aston Martin DBX. Moreover and all with Bridge of Weir leather.
Most interestingly, Bridge of Weir sources the finest of sources the finest hides from the best heritage breeds All offering a unique blend of craftsmanship. That’s with the latest advanced manufacturing techniques
The company has supplied leather to some of the world’s most celebrated and significant vehicles. All from the Model T to Concorde, and currently supplies multiple leading automotive brands including Aston Martin, Ford, Jaguar Land Rover, Lotus, McLaren and Volvo
From the heated front seats to the rear bench. Yes folks, I mean the Series IIA features Bridge of Weir is leather throughout. For that’s with Everrati also specifying Chestnut Automotive Nappa. Sourced from the finest local highland heritage breeds. I mean also only OX hides are used. Especially due to the tightness. For that’s required most importantly when manufacturing such a high-performance leather. This leather has been engineered to meet the exacting standards of modern-day performance requirements. All the while maintaining the leather’s inherent natural softest and beauty.
So Everrati™ was founded in 2019 by British entrepreneur Justin Lunny. Also and long-term automotive specialist Nick Williams. Both car enthusiasts from an early age. Then they became increasingly conscious of the wider impacts of cars. Most specifically the impact of combustion engines have on the environment. Therefore, then Everrati was launched. All with the vision of restoring iconic models from an earlier era and converting them to electric propulsion.
Therefore, Everrati’s model line-up consists of electric conversions / versions of the Porsche 911 (964) Coupe and Targa models. In addition a 911 (964) Gulf Signature Edition and a Land Rover Series IIA. Also a Mercedes-Benz SL Pagoda and finally a GT40. Most noteworthy, Everrati™ designs, develops and builds its cars from a bespoke facility in Upper Heyford, Oxfordshire.
So Everrati™ restores and modifies classic and iconic cars for its customers.
Thereby enabling them to be used and enjoyed in a low carbon world. Most importantly, Everrati™ does not manufacture vehicles.
First of all, Bridge of Weir Leather sources the finest hides. All most interestingly and from the best heritage breeds. Thereby offering a unique blend of craftsmanship. In addition to and with the latest advanced manufacturing techniques. Now I am not the biggest fan of it. So let be real clear but they do it in the most environmentally friendly way they say!
In addition, it is one of the world’s leading automotive leather suppliers and also has been at the forefront of innovation. As well as design and quality for most noteworthy and over a century. Thereby starting with the Model T Ford in the early 20th century.
Also Sustainability to Bridge of Weir
In conclusion, the Bridge of Weir is synonymous with many household names of the automotive industry. For that’s such as Aston Martin, Ford and Jaguar Land Rover. Also Lotus, McLaren, Volkswagen and Volvo. With the company’s leather long-established as a leading export from Scotland. Moreover and over 90 per cent of its products are now sold overseas in 30 countries across the globe. Sustainability lies at the heart of the business at Bridge of Weir. Finally and for also manufacturing the lowest carbon intensity leather. For I mean throughout the entire automotive sector. Most importantly and independently verified. All and most importantly by Life Cycle Analysis.
Source: Everrati™, Issued by Influence Associates. For that was on behalf of Bridge of Weir Leather and Bridge of Weir Leather https://www.
Most noteworthy, Everrati™ is not sponsored, associated and / or approved. I mean endorsed, and / or, in any way, affiliated. For I mean Jaguar Land Rover Ltd (www.landrover.co.uk). I mean and or any other subsidiary and / or representative of Land Rover. Just because the Land Rover® name and Badge are trademarks of Jaguar Land Rover Ltd, and any other products are mentioned it’s because. For I mean all because they have to be. Yet they are most importantly by the trademarks of their respective holders. That means I would not remove their trademarks and I mean ever!
Also, all brand names, logos and crests. Especially and along with any other products mentioned. For they also are the trademarks most importantly of their respective holders. Any mention of trademarked names or other marks are most importantly and also for purpose of reference only. In conclusion, Everrati respectfully requests that these iconic cars are conversions. Therefore, they should not under any circumstances be referred to as an Everrati Land Rover. Furthermore and finally, Everrati Series IIA or in any manner suggests it is anything other than a Land Rover.