Frequently Asked Questions
At first we start with dry ice blasting the downside of the car to have a clean work environment and clean original parts for storage. Second step is taking out the combustion engine and all unnecessary parts not needed for the EV-conversion. After that, the conversion works begins with wiring, mounting the new components and programming. This is followed by the technical inspection, a perfect wheel alignment based on wheel loads and several hundred test kilometers.
In principle, our vehicles are homologized via a § 21 acceptance. We work closely with the german TÜV to ensure the best possible safety.
None. Every well-thought-out vehicle concept requires an enormous amount of
However, we are open for requests for prototyping or other exciting projects within the e-mobility.
By using modern large-scale vehicle parts, we achieve the same reliability as a new electric car for our drivetrain, battery and charging components.
Our demonstrator can be tested by arrangement at the production site in 27367 Reeßum.
With our production capacities, we can realize up to 10 vehicles/year.
Yes. By using the original mounting points in the car and maintaining the 12V cabling for lighting, etc., the historical and monetary value of the car is not diminished. The entire electric conversion is done minimally invasive. Only about 25 rivet nuts are placed for fastening and the left fender is re-welded for the charging Inlet. On request, our customers will receive their original parts packed and preserved.
At home: from 230V to 400V
On the road: On all normal charging points
The battery capicity of 45 kW/h in combination with CCS charging with 50 kW DC allows full charging in less than one hour. With a high current connection at home, the car can be charged in about 3 hours. The maximum charging power for AC is 22 kW. 230V charging is also possible.
We use brand-new, modern lithium-ion batteries from well-known automobile manufacturers. We give our customers a 4-year guarantee with a maximum mileage of 100,000 km.
A comprehensive security concept was developed in order to obtain an approval.
In terms of body technology, the vehicle naturally remains in line with the G-Series associated requirements.
All the requirements and safety features for the year 2020 have been met for the high-voltage system.
The vehicle has an emergency stop for the high-voltage battery that can be triggered by the driver, as well as automatic triggering in the event of a crash while stationary or driving. The cable routing corresponds to maximum security against mechanical influences and the risk of fire.
No. The Revive One Electrfication Concept is minimally invasive for the original body and does not require any welding work, except for the left fender for the charging socket. The original mounting points are used. All original parts that are not required for the electrification can be preserved, packed and sent to the customer. So what belongs together stays together. Matching Numbers!
We give an additional guarantee of 4 years for a maximum of 100,000 km for the battery.
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A Revive One as a company car can be interesting. The basis of assessment is the gross list price from the original year of manufacture, not the price we ask. In addition, there is the regulation of company car taxation of 1% of the gross list price / month. For electric vehicles, this percentage is reduced and stands at 0.25%.
The creation of such a vehicle is a highly individual process between the client and us. We can offer the electrification of a Porsche 911 G from 59.500 EUR. Our demonstrator car (White 1986 targa) with Revive One drivetrain would be around 150.000 EUR with a 180 kW engine and 2-Speed gearing.