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Porsche 918 Spyder, a high high fuel efficiency for the future

Porsche s newest hybrid, the 918 Spyder, which debut at the International Motor (IAA) in Frankfurt, is a no-compromise with the fuel efficiency of a car.

The Porsche 918 Spyder hybrid supercar is debuting at years International Motor (IAA) in Frankfurt. Porsche this super sports car a plug-in hybrid drive marks the beginning of a new era for sports car because it offers impressive performance (0-60 in 2.8 seconds) with the fuel consumption of a car. The company is looking to car to be the gene pool for the Porsche cars of the future.

The phrases fuel efficient and and sports car seem to be incompatible, As emissions regulations tighten, we may be to have our cake and eat it too, if criteria for car is extremely fast, on what the automakers do to electrify sports cars.

Porsche’s was to create the sports car for the next by using a highly efficient and hybrid drive train.

The bearing structures are all made of fiber reinforced polymer, for its strong and ultra light-weight

The all-wheel drive train a combination of combustion engine and motor for the real axle, and a electric motor for the front The individually controllable front gives new driving strategies for high, safe, cornering An electric boost mode is simply by pressing the accelerator down fully.

The steering system includes steering. Depending on speed the axle can be steered in the same as the front wheels, or in opposition to This makes cornering more direct, faster and precise, as well as reducing the circle.

Porsche engineers five operating modes on the 918 PHEV to operate the gas engine and motors in different combinations. modes are settable via a switch on the wheel.

E-Power . This is the operating mode, if the battery has enough charge. In this the 918 Spyder can go 18 miles in electric Running just on electricity it has a time of 7 seconds, and can reach up to 93 miles/hr.

Hybrid . In this mode, motors and combustion engine alternatively looking to maximize while minimizing fuel The system automatically switches electric and combustion components on the driving situation.

Sport . In this mode the combustion runs continuously and provides the propulsion. The electric motors are for boost and to help optimize use of the engine.

Race Hybrid . is meant for maximum performance. The engine is used primarily high load, and is used to the battery when its demand is The electric motors also boosts, running at full to deliver the best performance for the track.

The system doesn’t attempt to battery pack state of will remain constant.

Hot Lap is activated only from Hybrid mode, and lets the car run the motors at full power. meant to give you the fastest speeds, if you’re content just a few laps of boost. In mode the car will consume all the in the battery pack.

The 4.6 liter cylinder engine produces 608 and is derived directly from the on the RS Spyder. The electrified side of the is a 115 kilowatt electric motor in a hybrid configuration (meaning the electric motor and gas engine the wheels). The transmission allows for unit to drive the wheels or for them to operate together.

The electric motor on the front is rated for 95 kilowatts, and drives the axle through a fixed ratio.

The lithium ion battery contains about 7 kilowatt-hours of To help it run at full power in conditions, the battery pack is cooled with a dedicated circuit. Recharging the battery takes 7 hours via a 120 volt household outlet, or two hours a regular level 2 charging

An optional Porsche Speed Station uses a DC Fast system, and a 25 minute recharge

In September 2012, a 918 Spyder set the current lap speed record for the Loop of the Nürburgring at 7:14 Porsche promises more drives of that track


Porsche is no newcomer to plug-in In fact it was Dr. Ferdinand Porsche, the of the company, who invented the plug-in drive train in the early

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