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A Mercedes 280SE converted to an electric car – with a “Tesla-inspired” steering wheel.

The market for electricity conversion combustion cars for electric propulsion are not that big. The few constructions that exist are often the fruit of an enthusiast’s self-driven work. For example, we have visited and tested both an electrically converted Volvo P1800 and a Chevrolet Impala.

In France, there has been a company for a number of years now that converts old diesel cars into electric operation in one working day. There is nothing similar in Sweden (as far as we know, please let us know if we should be wrong at [email protected]).

Well, over to this exquisite rebuilt Mercedes 280SE, from 1972. The interior is completely rebuilt with modern functions such as reversing camera and Apple Carplay.

The driveline and electronics come from a Nissan Leaf 2013, something that is completely invisible from the outside, as if on the “all electric” designation on the tailgate.

The charging contacts are easily hidden under the registration plate. And since it is Nissan Leaf electronics, fast charging takes place via Chademo connector.

I want to do something similar!

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