Porsche Introduces 918 Spyder, Green Machine Speeds At 200mph
When it comes to supercars all you can think about is burning lots and lots of fuel. But recently Porsche unveiled a new supercar which has been designed to save up fuel and offer the best environmentally friendly supercar ever made in the industry. Porsche hybrid 918 Spyder packs a 500 bhp V8 engine and three electric motors to give out a total of total 715 bhp taking it to a top speed of 200mph (320 km/h) with the ability to hit 94 miles per gallon.
The design and the technology of Porsche 918 Spyder has been improved with the full carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) monocoque, fully adaptive aerodynamics and adaptive rear-axle steering to provide the best performance as a supercar.
Most of the famous vehicle manufacturing companies only focuses on making the fastest cars but the Porsche 918 Spyder might become the next-generation of the supercars that could actually make a difference in the future as it combines the economic value and the green technology into a both fast and an effective vehicle.
Porsche’s 918 Spyder will arrive in showrooms by the end of 2013 for about $1 million US dollars.
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