New Hybrid Porsche: Many global carmakers, under pressure from environmentalists, have either declared the soon replacement of large engines, or are seriously considering it. Even Porsche that keeps silent about their hybrid or eco-friendly plans Not long ago has confirmed that the 911 will have a hybrid version.
Porsche was making plans for a hybrid version of the 911 for a long time. Even in 2017, when the 992 series was in development, Porsche kept coming back to the question of how it would like to market a hybrid 911 and what form it would take.
Three years in the 992’s production but a hybrid model never came to its release. Now the ice is broken. Not too long ago the company proved their plans about electric cars and gave several vectors for us to expect from a Hybrid 911.
How it would be?
Porsche’s plans are unique among global automakers. The company is not going to completely leave the cars with traditional internal combustion engines abandoned and go all-green. In particular, this applies to the 911 sports car, which is currently considered one of the “driving car” favorites in the world.
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The release of the rumored hybrid version of the iconic sports car may be just around the corner. It won’t just be the car’s debut version with an electrified powertrain – it could also be the most powerful model on the list.
According to the latest data, Porsche intends to electrify two versions of 911. The first of them will make up an alternative to the 911 Carrera, and the second will be a more advanced option along with the 911 Turbo.
New Fuel for New cars
The company invested about $24 million to develop a climate-neutral fuel that is the best alternative to replacing gasoline in non-electric cars.
As for the 718 series, Porsche’s “junior” sports cars will lose their internal combustion engines by the end of 2025, but retain the form factor of compact classic coupes and roadsters.
No one revealed any technical details, but we have to assume that the basis for the 718 successor will be a shortened version of the PPE platform, and the electric car will be similar to the Mission R composite concept.
As for the problem of the weight distribution in a battery-powered 911, Porsche uses all the experience gained from working on the 918 Spyder and proved that the technical troubles have been fixed.
Porsche has announced that all-electric cars will account for 80 percent of its global sales by 2030. This compares with previous plans that this sales volume would consist of all-electric and plug-in hybrid electric cars, which include internal combustion engines and battery technology.
By introducing a fundamentally new approach for itself, the company is not only making a technological revolution, but also an infrastructural one, by introducing a new type of charging stations that will allow everyone to use an electric car without any problems in the near future.
To this purpose , the company plans to invest billions of dollars into electric cars by the year 2022. As for a purely electric version of the iconic sports car is not expected until 2030, a partially electrified version will come out much sooner.