A Kidlington firm specialising in electric vehicle (EV) technology has enjoyed a successful evening at a national awards event.

Electrogenic were named the winner of the ‘Working Vehicle and Conversion EVs’ category at the UK E-Mobility Awards ceremony, held at the British Motor Museum in Warwickshire.

The company was honoured by an independent panel of industry experts for their efforts in EV conversion and powertrain development.

CEO of Electrogenic, Steve Drummond, said: "It’s a real honour to be recognised by the prestigious E-Mobility awards and it’s humbling to have our technology chosen and celebrated by our peers in the industry.

"This award is all about our revolutionary drop-in electric conversion kits, which incorporate our latest technology.

"This technology is going into new cars, the Defence sector and to discerning classic car owners via our international installer network."

Electrogenic’s work extends to the conversion of various classic cars, including creating bespoke builds.

The firm’s most notable accomplishment is the conversion of a 1929 Rolls-Royce Phantom II to electric power.

The company's range of offerings also includes 'drop-in' EV conversion kits, which offers a range of options for models like the Land Rover Defender, Porsche 911, and Jaguar E Type.

The company also collaborates with Babcock International, providing drivetrains for the defence sector and car manufacturers.

The company offers a package for the economical conversion of working Land Rovers to full-electric power.