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Porsche 918 Spyder Plug-in Hybrid

Porsche has recently unveiled its brand new ultra fuel efficient car, which is called Porsche 918 Spyder Plug-in Hybrid Concept. This is the first hybrid car with electric plug-in, designed by Porsche. New Porsche 918 Spyder Plug-in Hybrid Concept was unveiled on Geneva Motor Show, 2010, and the reviews so far have been exhuberant.

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The most outstanding feature of the Porsche 918 Spyder Plug-in Hybrid Concept is its sports design, the fact that it gets 78 mpg and the fact that it is a low emissions car. Even though the Spyder is a plug-in hybrid electric car, this is not Porsche's first venture into hybrids. In fact, many will tell you that Porsche invented the first hybrid car in 1899.

But, let's rewind back to today. The Porsche 918 Spyder Plug-in Hybrid Concept gives you the performance of a super sports car with a 500 hp V8 and a pair of electric motors. The Porsche Spyder can sprint from 0 - 60 mph in just 3.2 seconds. Since 1899, Porsche has managed to keep the quality of its brand name and has designed more than a few amazing cars.

One of the outstanding qualities of the Porsche 918 Spyder Plug-in Hybrid Concept is that it provides an emission level of just 70 grams of C02 per kilometer, which is the envy of other sports car makers. The design of the car is contemporary and yet traditional.

Because the Porsche Spyder has a high reviving engine with a maximum of 9,200 rpm, this car gives a superb performance for a race track. In addition, the front and rear axle helps the car in maintaining a perfect balance. The added advantage of the Porsche 918 Spyder Plug-in Hybrid Concept is that its battery can be charged anwhere, on any regular electrical network.

The Porsche 918 Spyder is a two-seater car. The interior is very user friendly. This car has four different running modes. To operate these different modes, the manufacturers have provided a button on steering wheel that helps the driver to manage these modes easily. The four modes are e-drive mode, hybrid mode, sport hybrid mode and race hybrid mode. The car regularly runs on electric power under e-drive mode.

The design of Porsche 918 Spyder Plug-in Hybrid Concept is very eye-catching to say the least especially if you happen to be a Porsche fan. The 918 Spyder is one in which many fans are already clamoring for this vehicle to go into full production soon. Now, will Porsche respond?