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Old 02-23-2017, 10:43 PM   #1
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Old 02-23-2017, 11:09 PM   #2
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It's getting real. Doesn't sound like we will see it till 2018.
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Old 02-23-2017, 11:13 PM   #3
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Thanks for sharing. What an amazing machine- a 4.0l twin turbo V-8 running at 1.4bar...

On the other hand, with that kind of boost, I wonder what the reliability will be?

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16.2 kWH/100kM electric consumption is ~260 wH/mi which compares very favorably with Tesla Model S (275-300 wH/mi), although for much shorter electric-only range (31 mi vs 200-300 mi).
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Yes but is is not made to drive soley in electric mode.
I own previos s e-hybrid. I live in small town and most if not all daily drive is down only on electric power. When I go further two engines work together.

For a car which is heavy - 2.150kg (4750 pounds) and has 416HP, consumption is very low - 10L on 100km (25mpg) - that is average on 10.000 miles.

Fuel consumption was not the reason for buying it, advanced tech and state tax were. Such 4S (similar power) model would cost 25% more just because of tax.
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live having the 918 in a 4 door.

too bad they do not offer it in the turismo.
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live having the 918 in a 4 door.

too bad they do not offer it in the turismo.
They will, before the year is out
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