Porsche 918 Spyder power performance
The Porsche 918 Spyder is a mid-engine sports car designed by Porsche. It debuted as a concept car at the 80th Geneva Motor Show in March 2010. The 918 Spyder with the Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 was launched in September 2013. The prototype car set the best record for the lap of the Nürburgring in 6 minutes and 57 seconds. The 918 Spyder is a plug-in hybrid with a 3.4-liter V8 that drives the rear wheels and an electric motor that drives the two front wheels. In March 2011, Porsche announced that it will officially mass-produce the 918 Spyder, which will only produce 918 units. It will start production on September 18, 2013 at the Zuffenhausen plant in Stuttgart, Germany.
At the Geneva Motor Show in early March 2010, Porsche officially released the new 918 Spyder hybrid concept super-run. With its outstanding power and design, a large number of Porsche fans are eager to launch this model.
At the beginning of 2011, Porsche announced that it will officially mass-produce the 918 Spyder plug-in hybrid vehicle. The new car will be limited to 918 units, and the starting price will be US$845,000 (the Chinese market price is 13.8888 million yuan). The mass production of this model will be It officially started in September 2013.
The Porsche 918 Spyder plug-in hybrid super-runner uses a mid-range V8 engine with a displacement of 4.0L or more. The maximum power output will be around 368kw (500PS), which is responsible for driving the rear wheels; and the two electric motors that match it are the largest. The output power is also 160kw (218PS), driving two front wheels, respectively, while the third electric motor transmits and gives extra energy to the rear wheels. In the case of a common output power, the hybrid system can constitute an all-wheel drive system. The transmission is based on the Porsche 7-speed dual clutch PDK transmission. The 0-96km/h acceleration of this hybrid super-runner is less than 2.8 seconds, and the top speed is 320km/h.
In addition, as a plug-in hybrid 918 Spyder, it is naturally also possible to use a motor drive alone. Its water-cooled lithium-ion battery pack can drive the 918 Spyder alone to reach a cruising range of 30km, and even at speeds of up to 151km/h. Thanks to the extraordinary motor and battery pack, this hybrid model has a combined fuel consumption of only 3.0L per 100km and CO2 emissions of only 70g/km.