Eco-loving Hollywood actor, Jason Momoa has turned his vintage gas-guzzling Rolls-Royce into an electric.
The Aquaman star owns a 1929 Phantom II, worth £215,000.
It had a 7.7 litre, 50 bhp petrol engine capable of doing 90mph.
However, the model can only do 18.6mpg.
But, the classic Roller has now been fitted with 93kWh batteries.
It has taken 18 months to complete but it only has a 150-mile range.
Momoa, who also starred in Game of Thrones, has done it because he is passionate about cars and the environment.
The conversion has been carried out by British EV technology company, Electrogenic
Momoa, 44, said: “In order to pull off this dream project, I had to find the right partner.
“I needed a team that would appreciate the storied history of this car while updating its technology.
“Electrogenic is all about honouring vintage cars. Making them electric without losing any of the vehicle’s character.
“They were the perfect fit.”
The transformation features in his TV series, On The Roam.
Steve Drummond, Director of Electrogenic, added: “We’re delighted to finally reveal the full details of this car to the world.
“It has been a labour of love for everyone at Electrogenic, and a lot of fun, working with Jason over the course of 18 months to bring his vision to life
“Our team of engineers, programmers and fabricators have poured their hearts and souls into Jason’s beautiful Phantom II.
“This is undoubtedly the most complex classic car EV conversion ever undertaken, so the stunning results really are a testament to the world-leading talents of our team.
“We’re immensely proud of the finished car, and humbled that Jason entrusted us with this landmark project.”