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Hybrid Porsche 911 Will Be Revealed on May 28

Hybrid Porsche 911 Will Be Revealed on May 28

On May 28, Porsche is set to introduce a significant advancement in the 911 lineup: the first-ever road-going 911 hybrid. This marks a significant shift for the renowned sports car, incorporating modern hybrid technology for the first time in its 61-year history.

Porsche has completed extensive testing on the hybrid model, covering over 3.1 million miles. A notable achievement from these tests is the hybrid model’s performance at the Nürburgring. It completed the Nordschleife circuit in 7 minutes and 16.9 seconds, which is 8.7 seconds quicker than its predecessor. This time suggests comparisons with the 992-generation Carrera S, which recorded a lap time of 7 minutes and 25 seconds back in 2020.

While Porsche has not yet disclosed the specific details of the hybrid powertrain, the focus appears to be on enhancing performance rather than maximizing efficiency. Interestingly, this new model is not expected to be a plug-in hybrid. The development team took the hybrid 911 through a rigorous global testing regime, from the icy conditions of the Arctic to the intense heat of Dubai, ensuring its readiness for a variety of driving environments.

The upcoming reveal promises to provide more details about this innovative hybrid system and its implications for the future of the 911 series. Check back on May 28 for the full update on this exciting development in Porsche’s storied history.

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