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Oswald is a black 1953 Morris Minor, a classic vehicle. But, when a repurposed electric motor replaced its fossil-fuel-guzzling heart, it’s as quiet as a mouse. The new approach is gradually altering electric cars’ beautiful and futuristic appearance (EVs).

 

Oldtimer Oswald is owned by Matthew Quitter, who established London Electric Automobiles in 2017 with a goal to help preserve old petrol cars from the trash heap by converting them to battery-powered vehicles. The business, which is based in a Vauxhall garage under a railway arch, replaces internal combustion engines of vintage vehicles with electric motors and batteries that would otherwise be discarded.

These components are usually taken from wrecked electric vehicles, such as Teslas and Nissan Leafs, that have been written off by insurance but have not had their motors or batteries destroyed. Mr Quitter claims, “We are the pinnacle in recycling.” Currently, the business costs approximately £20,000 each conversion, which is far from inexpensive. However, the firm claims that it intends to reduce the price to £5,000 in order to make it accessible to as many people as possible.

 

 

 

While the UK government already offers a £2,500 subsidy towards the cost of purchasing a new electric vehicle, Mr Quitter believes that assistance for conversions should be considered as well. “The fact that there are millions of outdated [petrol and diesel] vehicles on our roads is a catastrophe, and governments’ EV subsidies are promoting scrappage,” he adds. “The government could provide inexpensive modifications for cheap old vehicles to utilize discarded EV batteries – the cost of raw materials for which is still rising,” he says.

Steve Drummond, who owns Electrogenic in Oxford, a business that converts vintage vehicles to electric power, agrees. “The incentives are for people to purchase new electric vehicles, but that would be wasting a complete car when all you’d have to do is change the engine,” he adds.

 

 

“Retrofitting cars with batteries is a growing industry, and we are collaborating with researchers in green travel,” according to a spokesperson for the Department of Transportation. In the meanwhile, there are certain financial advantages for vintage vehicles that have been converted to electric motors. If they are not used for commercial reasons, they are free from road tax, much like all historic vehicles (cars manufactured before January 8, 1981 are presently classified classic cars in the UK).

Furthermore, insurance for vintage vehicles is usually inexpensive, at least if the vehicle does not travel a great distance. If you change your car to electric power, however, you must notify your insurance, which may result in a higher premium. What is clear is that converting an existing automobile to run on electricity emits less CO2 than manufacturing a new electric vehicle.

A new pure electric vehicle generates 18 tonnes of CO2 throughout its lifespan, according to the UK government-funded Zemo Partnership (previously known as the UK’s Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership), 46 percent of which is produced during manufacturing. In comparison, a typical gasoline car weighs 24 tonnes.

BBC News is the source of this information.

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