Despite belonging in different segments and being priced accordingly, the two are much closer than you’d expect.
Thanks to its hybrid powertrain and all-wheel drive, the 918 Spyder can hit 62 mph (100 km/h) in less than 2.5 seconds, scaring some serious machinery.
The event was organized by the Supercars Owners Circle club and was held at the Ambri Airport in the Swiss Alps.
This dealership currently hosts three 918 Spyders, two Veyrons, four 812 Superfasts and three Aventador SVJs…
The 918 successor’s styling is a mystery, as Porsche’s execs have yet to make up their mind.
The C8 Corvette’s dual-clutch transmission is tipped to come from ZF.
Whatever the powertrain, Porsche’s CEO wants their next hypercar to be the best in the market.
This 918 Spyder shows just 54 miles on the clock and is outfitted with the desirable Weissach package.
Porsche hasn’t decided yet if its 918-replacing hypercar will be a hybrid or an all-electric.
Picking a favorite out of these Porsches isn’t easy.
Porsche waited over a quarter of a century to dethrone the iconic 959 from its top spot.
“I don’t care about the drivetrain, 6m 30s is the target”, said Porsche’s Motorsport chief, Frank-Steffen Walliser.