EV conversion specialist Electrogenic celebrates at E-Mobility Awards

Internationally renowned British EV technology company, Electrogenic, enjoyed a successful evening at this year’s prestigious UK E-Mobility Awards – a celebration of innovation and achievement across the sector.

Held at the British Motor Museum, an independent judging panel of industry experts named Electrogenic the overall winner of the ‘Working Vehicle and Conversion EVs’ category, recognising Electrogenic’s sector-leading work in the EV conversion and powertrain development space.

Steve Drummond, CEO Electrogenic, said: “It’s a real honour to be recognised by the prestigious E-Mobility awards and it’s humbling to have our technology chosen and celebrated by our peers in the industry. This award is all about our revolutionary drop-in electric conversion kits, which incorporate our latest technology. This technology is going into new cars, the Defence sector and to discerning classic car owners via our international installer network.” 

Electrogenic is a manufacturer of EV drivetrain technology, known the world over for its work converting a wide range of classic cars. These include bespoke, one-off builds, including the recent conversion of a 1929 Rolls-Royce Phantom II to electric power – thought to be the most complex classic car EV conversion yet completed.

Electrogenic also offers revolutionary ‘drop-in’ EV conversion kits, which make it easier than ever before to convert vehicles to clean, efficient and reliable electric drive.  The drop-in kit range features a range of options for models such the Land Rover Defender, Porsche 911 and Jaguar E Type, including a package to economically convert working Land Rovers to full-electric power.  These packages are available to buy globally via Electrogenic’s constantly expanding, partner-installer network.

Electrogenic also develops drivetrains for car manufacturers and also for the Defence sector in partnership with Babcock International.

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