Hitting the $1 million mark is the amazing Porsche 918 Spyder.

Featuring an electric motor on each axle this hybrid supercar reaches 62 mph in a mere 2.6 seconds, that alone earned its place on our list for showing how hybrids can beat petrol engines without a sweat. What’s next? An all-electric Porsche supercar to compete against its closest competitor, the Tesla roadster.

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The plug-in hybrid 918 Spyder has already proven itself as Porsche’s most advanced model yet. This supercar has the immense horsepower and torque figures that place it in a category all its own, thanks to its three progressive motors. By blending the power of a gasoline engine with a super-efficient front and rear electric motor, the 918 Spyder leaves even some legendary sports cars in the dust. Strategically crafted for speed and extravagance, the team at Porsche Fremont couldn’t be more excited about this rip-roaring convertible. While the 918 Spyder models are limited in number, we encourage drivers in Fremont and the San Francisco Peninsula to keep an eye on our fantastic Porsche inventory for any new developments!

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Five Hybrid Drive Modes

Drivers can alternate between front-wheel, rear-wheel, and all-wheel drive to create a customized ride, but that’s only the beginning. Drivers can also explore adaptive suspension, carbon-ceramic brakes, electromechanical steering, and a multi-functional 7-speed PDK automated manual transmission at the helm. The Spyder will automatically determine the amount and direction of the gas-electric power flow when the driver picks between the five available drive modes: E-Power, Hybrid, Sport Hybrid, Race Hybrid, and Hot Lap. Whether you’re in the mood to cruise around the San Francisco Peninsula or push the 918 Spyder to its limits on the dragstrip, this plug-in hybrid sports car’s versatility offers a driving experience like no other.

One Stunningly Equipped Trim

The two-door Porsche 918 Spyder features a gas-powered 4.6L V8 engine that spits out 608 hp and 398 lb-ft of torque on its own. However, the 918 Spyder’s stellar power doesn’t end there. The engine is paired with a 129-hp front electric motor and a 156-hp rear electric motor, which are fueled by a 6.8-kWh lithium-ion battery. Combining everything under the hood, this compact powerhouse stores a total of 887 hp and 944 lb-ft of torque on tap. That’s enough power to zip from 0 to 60 mph in as little as 2.5 seconds. Inside the cabin, the 918 Spyder features a driver-focused design with carbon-fiber seats, soft leather surfacing, and steering-wheel-mounted drive select knobs.
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Built from Front to Rear for Speed

With an angular silhouette that features a low front-end and muscular rear shoulders, the Porsche 918 Spyder appears to be in motion even at a standstill. Porsche Active Aerodynamic, a system comprised of adaptive aerodynamic features, optimizes downforce and creates a responsive ride in any drive mode. The exterior also features Porsche’s signature expressive automatic LED headlights, as well as 20-inch front wheels and 21-inch rear wheels for a brawny appearance and tighter directional stability. The 918 Spyder includes a two-piece removable roof, allowing for open-top cruising whenever the mood strikes you.