The Dutch firm Voitures Extravert is on a mission to make that the classic cars we love survive in a world where zero-emissions cars are rapidly becoming the norm. To that end, Voitures Extravert is offering two different styles of Porsche's 911 with fully-electric drivetrains — and it's far more than just a simple swap. The SE model is the original-style 911 of the '60s and '70s, and each build starts with an original shell. Each part is either replaced or restored, depending on function, before reassembly. A driver-adjustable suspension along with modern braking components are installed, and of course, there's the electric powerplant. A 58 kWh battery pack gives the Quintessenza SE 250 miles of range and can charge 62 miles in 15 minutes on an AC connection, with even faster DC charging available. Performance is also increased, with 0-60 in the five-second range. If EVs are the future, this is how our beloved cars of the past should be electrified.