LaFerrari vs McLaren P1 vs Porsche 918: Which is the Best Hybrid Hypercar?

YouTuber Shmee has been gaining notoriety over the last few years, notoriety which has granted him easier access to some of the nicest supercars in the world. Now, he’s made a new (kind of) video in which he tries to compare the merits of the big three hybrid hypercars using pre-shot footage to argument his points.

The video comes at a good time for the big three, since they’ve faded from the lime light in recent months and they’ve had time to sink in.

He tries comparing the cars by drawing up distinct categories that they need to be analyzed by; for instance, the Porsche 918 Spyder wins the all-electric range honors hands down, followed (not closely) by the McLaren P1 – the Ferrari LaFerrari has no EV mode.

This post also comes bearing a question: now that you’ve had time to digest them for a few months, which would you most like to own?


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