Richard “Moggy” Morgan and his team bring new life to old classics by swapping out the existing gas power plants for low-maintenance, high-efficiency electric systems.
Entrepreneurs Mark and Charlie have an innovative plan to sell electric Porsche 911s. They ask Moggy and the team to develop a high-performance prototype.
Businessman Leighton wants his underpowered DeLorean to run on electric. Can Moggy transform this iconic car and get it ready for a daily commute?
Moggy and the team plan to create an Austin Mini with ten times more power than the old petrol version. But electrical issues threaten the entire project.
A mystery client wants the team to restore and convert a 1970 Land Rover. Moggy is inspired to improve on the legendary off-road handling of this iconic motor.
A client wants Moggy to convert his Volkswagen Split Screen while maintaining its unique charm. Can the team find space for a 450-kilogram battery box?
A client's 1961 BMW Isetta is dangerously slow and difficult to drive. Can Moggy convert this quirky three-wheeler and make it fit for the road once again?
An entrepreneur wants to open a showroom full of electric classic cars, starting with the 1971 VW Beetle. Can Moggy convert this car for a reasonable price?
Michael bought his BMW Batmobile in terrible condition and has never driven it. He asks Moggy to convert this rare vehicle into a speedy electric.
Only ninety-nine Gordon Keeble grand tourers were ever built, and now the team have the chance to create the one and only electric version. Can they pull it off?
Lee loves his Porsche 944, but with his advancing age he finds it hard to drive. Moggy converts this manual coupe into an automatic, easy-to-drive electric sportscar.