Listen to this article

Porsche has announced assembly of the 918 Spyder has ended after 21 months of production time.


During this interval, Porsche put together 918 units of its Carrera GT successor which debuted in conceptual form back in 2010 at the Geneva Motor Show where it received an "overwhelming approval." In the summer of that year, a production version was green-lighted by the bosses in Stuttgart and then in late 2013 the hybrid supercar effectively hit the market.


We remind you the 918 Spyder rocked the 'Ring with a 6:57 lap time which makes it the fastest production car with global homologation and despite having a massive 887 PS (652 kW) combined output, it still manages to remain very frugal by needing around 3 liters of fuel for every 100 km.

Porsche has already confirmed a successor for the 918 Spyder is being planned, but it won't be launched right away.


Gallery: Porsche finalizes 918 Spyder production

Got a tip for us? Email: