Crate Balls of Fire

February 5th, 2021 Chris Phillip
Crate Balls of Fire and GM announced that Lingenfelter Performance Engineering, one of Dream Giveaway's longest-running partners, has been specially chosen to convert a 1974 Chevy El Camino to Chevy's new Electric Connect and Cruise package.

The 60-kWh Electric Connect and Cruise package, expected to be available in the second half of 2021, includes: •60-kWh battery pack • 200-horsepower electric motor • DC-to-AC power inverter to drive the electric motor • DC-to-DC power converter to power low-voltage systems• Wiring harnesses, controllers and water pumps for battery heating and cooling.

“Lingenfelter Performance Engineering is proud and excited to have been selected by GM as the first aftermarket company in developing the Certified Installer Program for their industry leading eCrate Electric Connect and Cruise system,” Lingenfelter announced. “As a company Lingenfelter Performance is committed to a sustainable future in aftermarket performance and working with the industry leader GM gives us a great opportunity to help guide that future generation of aftermarket performance.”

We'll be sure to share photos of the build with you later this year. Meanwhile, enjoy the look of Chevy's SEMA-build Blazer, which is running the same E-Crate power.