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Porsche 918 Spyder priced $845,000
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Porsche has announced start taking orders for Porsche 918 Spyder supercar, which hopefully will be produced in 2013. According to Porsche says will only have 918 supercar produced in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen plant in Germany, and will officially be in showrooms in September 2013.

Supercar Porsche 918 Spyder is starting price $ 845,000 in the U.S. market. Meanwhile, in Europe it will be priced starting at 645,000 Euros (approximately $ 917,000) including VAT. Known, version 911 Turbo S “918 Spyder Edition” will be delivered to customers in June in Europe. In Germany, the Coupé version costs 173,241 euros (approximately $ 246,000) and Cabriolet versions cost 184 546 (approximately $ 262,000). In Europe, both Coupé and Cabriolet versions will cost $ 205,000 and $ 218,000 respectively.

 

Currently, information about the 2013 Porsche 918 Spyder is rather sketchy. The manufacturer says it will be equipped with V8 engine placed between, “with cylinder capacity greater than 4 liters and a capacity of approximately 500 horsepower (368 kW / 493 hp). The two electric motors placed in two axes, will add a total capacity of up to 160 kW / 218 PS. The engine delivers power to the rear through dual-clutch gearbox PDK level 7. With the power above, the Spyder 918 will increase acceleration from 0-96 mph in 3.1 seconds and reaches a maximum speed of 320 km per hour.
The level of fuel consumption, 918 Porsche Spyder has impressed big for car enthusiasts, as it only consumes 3.0 lit/100km levels and CO2 emissions of 70 g / km. The biggest difference between concept and production version is the appearance of the exterior mirrors. In addition, the limited edition will own roof that folds down to pull storage compartment. Body is a monolithic reinforced carbon fiber to add the firm.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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