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The Porsche introduced the 918 Spyder in year 2013 with a limited number of cars. All these cars were sold out by the year 2014. It was a hybrid car which bounds 309 hp of electric power to a V8 engine. The name of the car reflects the number of its units ever manufactured. The body style of the car is very much defined to perform over the tracks and streets. The interior of the car are also unique; the sliding central console is a bit insane and unusual but gets the things performed correctly. The quality of material used all over the car is premium and strong.
The Porsche 918 Spyder is bonded with a hybrid system, so as to maximize the base power of the engine. The 4.6 liter V8 engine with 32-Valve DOHC is connected to an AC synchronous electric motor. The power generated by the engine alone is 608 hp at 8700 rpm and the torque collected at the same time is 540 Nm at 6700 rpm. The performance figures generated by the 6.8 kWh motor is 309 hp at 9150 rpm. These together form a power output of 917 hp of gross power which is enormous for any sports car running on the surface. The car requires just 2.6 seconds to touch the 100 kmph mark with a top speed of a blazing fast, whooping 344 kmph.
The Porsche 918 Spyder is designed as a pure sports car and it follows the lines and curves required to get the air blown over by sides of the car. The chassis of the car is designed to be rigid for most of the times. The front is definite with pure racer style, while the rear has an exposed engine top followed by rear spoiler and slit alike tail lamps. It measures its dimensions as 4644 mm of length, 1941 mm of width and 1166 mm of height. Their is a 2731 mm of wheelbase under the car which is measured from its front and rear alloy rims sized at 20 or 21 inches as per choice. The rubbers wrapped around them is decided on the rim preferences between 265/35 ZR 20 and 325/30 ZR 21
Getting into the cabin of this car requires a bit of skill due to the small cavity for entering into the car. The exposed carbon fibre can be seen at the door claddings and other corners of the car where it has played a lot for the rigidity. The infotainment system in the car is of top quality material and matches with the outer shell of the dashboard. The display screen is big enough to guide with the GPS navigation. They are actually two screens mounted on different positions. The infotainment system comes with all connectivity features like Bluetooth, USB/Aux, FM, etc and it is customizable for Bose and Burmester audio with dedicated sub components making it a happening cabin.
This car is strengthened with high tensile strength steel plats at many places, especially at the pillars to get the car more rigorous during any collapse or rollover. The aluminum and magnesium chassis makes it light and endow enough clout at the same time. Counting the standard fitments of the car, it is equipped with ABS, traction control, electronic stability, brake assist, passenger airbags with deactivation system, airbags for side, front, knee and over the head and roll over protection.
Porsche 918 Spyder outsmarts almost every road legal sports car on the planet with brilliant designing and amazing economy. The battle of supremacy doesn't end though with the Mclaren P1 standing in the way of the mighty 918!