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Aston Martin has created what it terms a "reversible" electrical drivetrain that can be retrofitted to some of its greatest hits-in this case, a 1970 DB6 Mark 2 Volante. If it's sacrilege, it's not the first time: Jaguar has already developed a modular electric powertrain for the company's older models, and we drove the prototype E-type Zero at Pebble Beach earlier this year.

Detailed Photos of an Aston Martin DB6 Electric Conversion

It's part of the company's plan to "future proof" its valuable older models with a zero-emissions powertrain.

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