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Vintage! Porsche-powered Karmann Ghia | Drive it!
Jochen Bader's Karmann Ghia RS is one of a kind. It's part Volkswagen, part Porsche and a whole lot of fun. He took the sporty body of a 1970 Karmann Ghia and pumped it full of Porsche technology. The result is a Ghia with an output of 321 horsepower and a top speed of more than 300 kilometers an hour. More from this edition of Drive It!:

How-to Convert to Electric Series Part 1
First in a series of videos detailing how to convert your vehicle from gasoline to electric. Series features a 1974 VW Karmann Ghia and other conversions by EV4U Custom Conversions.

LA Auto Show 2016 - Electric Porsche, Microbus & Ghia
Join David as he takes a look at our new Tesla battery powered Porsche 911, VW Karmann Ghia and some of the newest all-electric cars at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show. #LAautoShow

1958 All Electric VW Beetle by Zelectric
Currently available – – 1958 Beetle ragtop pan-off restoration. Zelectric performance upgrades include: 85hp electric AC motor, regen braking, performance-built transmission, Custom blade style wiring harness for all new 12-volt wiring, tinted windows, short-shift shifter, 4 wheel-disc brakes, adjustable front and rear suspension, rebuilt speedometer, LED lights and a new custom leather interior. 8/17: We recently increased the HP of the AC electric motor to 102hp, nearly 3X the original. Diamondback white wall tires have also been added. 2017 Pacific Grove "The Little Car Show" award winner for "Most Interesting Electric Vehicle." Like our other Beetles its AC electric motor doubles the HP of the original and cruises happily at 70mph and will do more than 100 if you want to. We keep our cars looking stock and do not cut or weld anything. This keeps the car's resale value high and it can even be converted back to gas. The car can recharge on any 110v household plug and public charging stations around town. You'll get about 80 miles on a charge. Video overview of driving a ZelectricBug If you have any questions please don't hesitate to email david (at) Zelectric (dot) com