At the 2011 Geneva Motor Show (3-13 March) will debut the Porsche Panamera Hybrid S. The new hybrid supercar should inherit the same propulsive drive of the Cayenne Hybrid, with its V six cylinders in of 2995 cc combined with an electric motor for a total of 380 hp at 5,500 rpm and 580 Nm of total torque at 1,000 rpm.
The Panamera Hybrid S has a top speed of 270 km/h, 0 to 100 km/h in 6.0 seconds and 6.8 l/100 Km in combined cycle with low-resistance tires specially developed by Michelin. Autonomy promises, with electric drive, approximately 2 km with a speed limit of 85 km/h. The driving mode “sailing” allows to turn off the internal combustion engine, up to 165 km/h.
According to the German carmaker, next to the presentation of the Panamera S Hybrid will be the first European debut of Porsche 918 RSR Hybrid concept, the racing version of the 918 Spyder and the Cayman R with 330 hp.
The average european starting price is set at € 103,000.
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- Porsche Panamera Hybrid emits less CO2 per horsepower than Toyota Prius (green.autoblog.com)
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- Geneva Auto Show: Porsche Panamera S Hybrid (wheels.blogs.nytimes.com)