Electric Mercedes Pagoda

Mercedes-Benz SL

W113 "Pagoda"

from £295,000

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Paul Bracq’s styling masterpiece, the Pagoda-roof Mercedes-Benz W113 SL was built to exceptional standards, from cast-aluminium door shells to individually numbered alloy bonnet, bootlid, and door skins. Available as 230sl, 250sl and 280sl form the Pagoda is pure, engineered glamour for both men and women and remains one of the most stylish cars of all time. The W113 was always glamorous and expensive (twice as much as a 4.2 E-type), with Charlton Heston and John Lennon among star owners in period. John Travolta, David Coulthard, Jason Orange, Kate Moss and Harry Styles have been recent owners.

Electric Mercedes-Benz Pagoda

Everrati Current*
Emissions
ZERO
4,559 kg C02 per annum
0-60
7.0 seconds
8.8 seconds
BHP
180 BHP / 550 Nm torque
168 BHP / 244 Nm torque
Range
160+ miles
243 miles
Cost to refuel/charge
£8.21
£99.04
  • Restored to the highest level by Mercedes-Benz specialists
  • Maintain structural integrity; conversion is reversable, maintaining value & options into the future
  • Close to original weight & weight distribution
  • CAD designed & optimised
  • Brand-new 57Kwh battery pack with advanced battery management and temperature control
  • Brand-new OEM-grade 3 phase AC motor
  • Brand-new custom single speed 1.80:1 gearbox
  • Regenerative braking
  • Custom designed dials, showing vital information whilst maintaining ‘original’ appearance
* All ‘current’ figures based upon publicly available data on Mercedes-Benz 280SL. Emissions CO2 based on driving 5,000 miles per year. Source Greentripper. Range based on 18 gallon petrol tank @13.9mpg (fuelly.com). Average UK Fuel Price £1.238 per litre. Average UK Electricity price £0.144 per KWH. Data source gov.uk

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