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Lunaz Is Electrifying Stunning But Undependable Classic Vehicles

Few might question the attractiveness of classic vehicles from the 50s and 60s. Unluckily, these cars are ever rarer on British streets as they become a treasured possession that is only used on weekends or fall into disrepair, after hours of scrupulous safeguarding in a private garage. David Lorenz, though, is anxious to keep classic vehicles on the streets. He has used them for years, being aware that they will possibly break down every 6 Months. “It did not actually bother me,” Lorenz claimed. “I can laugh it off and state it was fraction of the experience of having such a car.”

One mid-drive particular malfunction stung, although Lorenz remembers residing in the freezing cold on the side of the streets with nothing to keep him warm. Breakdown services arrived almost 90 Minutes after. “My brain was thinking ‘How do we alter such cases?'” he claimed. That time, Lorenz realized that classic vehicles might ultimately become too difficult to fix and, hence, unreachable to his kids’ generation. “They are just not going to have these kinds of cars,” he claimed. “This is because people will not carry on liking this.”

Rather than wallowing in this automotive austerity, Lorenz looked for a solution. He stewed on the concept of electrification until April last year, when Meghan Markle and Prince Harry at their wedding drove an E-Type Jaguar Concept Zero. “That actually cemented it as a concept I had to go forward with,” Lorenz claimed.

Named for Lorenz’s daughter, Lunaz is presently operating on 2 classic vehicles: a Rolls-Royce Phantom V and Jaguar XK120. From far afield, they seem identical to the cars that launched off the manufacturing line in 1961 and 1953 respectively. Below the hood almost everything has altered with more enhancements attracting the users.

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