Porsche CEO Confirms The Hybrid Version of Porsche 911 Is On The Road

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Although the current Porsche 911 was reported to be the last 911 series electrified in early 2020, Porsche CEO confirmed that the hybrid model of the Porsche 911 is on the way. The 992th generation Porsche 911 will appear as a very powerful car.

The legendary series 911 from the German automaker Porsche continues to dust the roads. As it is known, the most powerful Porsche 911 is on the road right now, but the images of the 992 generation Porsche 911 Turbo S, which appeared recently, showed us that a vehicle producing 640 horsepower and 800 Nm torque is on the way.

Although the Porsche 911 Turbo S has attracted the attention of car enthusiasts, it seems that the German giant has no intention of stopping by this car. According to the British auto magazine Autocar, Porsche CEO Oliver Blume has confirmed the hybrid version of the 992nd generation Porsche 911. According to the information, this car will be quite strong.

The hybrid version of the Porsche 911 may arrive in 2022:
As it is known, Frank-Steffen Walliser, the name behind the Porsche 911 series, stated in a statement made in early 2020 that the current 911 would be the last Porsche to be electrified. CEO Oliver Blume’s statement contradicts Walliser’s statement. At this point, it may be better to rely on Oliver Blume’s explanations, as it is both up-to-date and stronger in terms of authority.

According to the estimates made after the announcement of CEO Oliver Blume, the hybrid car may appear in 2022. Of course, let’s add that this is an estimate and you should wait for the official release for the actual release date.

The hybrid 911 rumors, which we first started hearing in 2018, were confirmed by the CEO’s statement. Officials of the company, who previously worked on electric motors, agreed that the hybrid 911 was not good enough and gave up this vehicle. It is possible that Porsche, which makes serious moves in terms of electricity conversion, will also come up with an all-electric 911. Of course, we will have to wait a little longer to see this.


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