Porsche has pull off the cover of its all-new Porsche 918 Spyder concept car this evening in Geneva. The astonishingly sleek plug-in hybrid study boasts supercar performance blended with CO2 emissions of a small compact ride - 70 grams CO2 per kilometer. Incredibly environmental friendly, the new mid-engined two-seater also strikes with amazing fuel consumption figures - 3.0 liters/100 kilometers (94 mpg).

The concept vehicle's powertrain hosts a mega powerful V8 engine that is capable of delivering more than 500 horsepower and three electric motors with overall output of 218 horsepower (160 kW). Charged with this level of performance, the 918 Spyder concept car from Porsche is ready to accelerate from standstill to 100 km/h in only 3.2 seconds before reaching a Vmax of approximately 320 km/h.

In the terms of interior design and architecture, the newcomer combines classic features with innovative solutions for the future.

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