The original Afla Romeo Giulia GT was an instant classic when it was released in 1963, and now Totem Automobili is giving the coupe a new lease on life with an electric conversion. In place of the usual inline-four is a 50.4 kWh liquid-cooled battery pack driving an electric motor making 518 horsepower. Totem claims the battery is one of the lightest available, weighing around 770 pounds, and gives the Giulia a range of around 200 miles. The important numbers are the performance ones, and Totem claims a 0-62 MPH sprint of just 3.4 seconds — something the original could only dream of. Each car starts with an original Giulia GT Junior, which is completely torn down and stripped. In order to handle power and safety requirements, only about 10% of the original chassis is used, with the rest being replaced by Totem's own aluminum structure and carbon fiber panels. Each conversion is tailored specifically to the owner, with every detail customizable.