Early on Monday, Porsche announced that the long-awaited Porsche 911 Hybrid will be shown for the first time on May 28. There’s no doubt that Porsche put its newest product through a lot of tests to make a real 911. Which person you ask does not mean you agree with this.

Engineers and test drivers went more than 3,000,000 miles, according to the company, to build and test the new model. Porsche put the “performance hybrid” through a lot, from the cold Arctic Circle to Dubai’s scorching hot deserts. They even tested it in stop-and-go traffic for people who plan to use their new 911 often.

The introduction of a hybrid propulsion system to our iconic 911 after 61 years is a testament to Porsche’s commitment to innovation. 911 vice president Frank Moser and 718 describe this cutting-edge performance mix as a game-changer, making 911 more dynamic than ever before. The new 911 has been tested in a variety of challenging environments worldwide, proving its ability to handle even the toughest situations with ease, whether it’s a heavy engine load in mountain passes or stop-and-go traffic in the city.

The Porsche 911 Hybrid will finally be shown to the public on May 28

Millions of miles driven are amazing, but the Nurburgring is said to be even more impressive for the new hybrid. Porsche says that racing driver Jörg Bergmeister did a lap of the famous track in 7:16.934 minutes, which was “8.7 seconds faster than the corresponding version of the predecessor model.” You can only compare cars once you know how fast the new 911 is, but Porsche says the hybrid test car had road tires and a basic aero kit with a fixed wing, which “was previously available as an option.

This is the Porsche 911 Hybrid’s lap time. It is about seven seconds faster than the record set by Bergmeister in 2021 with the 718 Cayman GT4 RS. Keep coming back, because on May 28 we’ll find out everything and soon after we’ll be able to drive the car.

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