Porsche has encountered problems in the production of hybridsJune 17, 2020
This was told by the director of the Porsche 911 Frank-Stefan Walliser in an interview with Autocar.
The main problem of the hybrid Porsche 911 was the commitment of its creators to the traditional style and recognition of the model. The second difficulty that the engineers encountered was the size and weight of the electrical components, which directly affect not only the dynamics, but also the behavior of the sports car on the road.
It is expected that the hybrid version of the Porsche 911 will be presented in 2023 or 2024 – just in the middle of the 992 generation cycle. Currently, almost nothing is known about the hybrid. First of all, the public wants to know what the transmission of the model will be. According to Oliver Blum, the brand’s CEO, the sports car will have more than 700 hp. power and electric range of about 100 km.
It is worth noting that in addition to the hybrid, Porsche is going to release an all-electric Porsche 911. This should happen no earlier than 2030. According to the creators of the car, by this time technology in electric car building will step forward and it will be possible to seamlessly make the perfect electric sports car.
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