Porsche 911 992 (2018-...)



 

As the EU demands the CO2 levels to be decreased to 95 g/km, Porsche not only has to start offering fully electrical vehicles (Porsche Mission E), but has to hybridise all its models. The 911 hybrid and the 718 hybrid will come in 2018. The 911 hybrid will have a range of 30 miles/50 km in the all-electric mode.

The 992 generation 911 will be externally quite similar to the 991 generation.

The weight increase on the hybrid versions of the Panamera and the Cayenne was 15-18% for the plug-in (e-hybrid) versions, so this will also be the case with the 911.

To see what Porsche has to achieve in terms of CO2 emissions, see the table below with CO2 numbers of some Porsche cars.

Porsche CO2 values

Porsche model CO2 emission Peak power Internal combustion engine Electric motor Plug-in Weight W/lb W/kg
2016 Panamera 4 e-hybrid 56 g/km 340 kW Audi 3.0V6 turbo 243 kW 100 kW Yes 2170 kg/4784 lb 71.1 157
2014 918 Spyder e-hybrid 70 g/km 652 kW Porsche 4.6V8 447 kW 95 kW front + 115 kW rear Yes 1675 kg/3692 lb 177 389
2014 Panamera e-hybrid 71 g/km 306 kW Audi 3.0V6 supercharged 245 kW 70 kW Yes 2095 kg/4619 lb 66.2 146
2015 Cayenne e-hybrid 79 g/km 306 kW Audi 3.0V6 supercharged 245 kW 70 kW Yes 2350 kg/5181 lb 59.1 130
2016 718 Boxster PDK 158 g/km 220 kW Porsche 2.0F4 turbo - - 1365 kg/3009 lb 73.1 161
2011 Panamera hybrid 167 g/km 279 kW Audi 3.0V6 supercharged 245 kW 34 kW No 1980 kg/4365 lb 63.9 141
2016 911 Carrera PDK 169 g/km 272 kW Porsche 3.0F6 turbo - - 1450 kg/3197 lb 85.1 188
2011 Cayenne hybrid 193 g/km 279 kW Audi 3.0V6 supercharged 245 kW 34 kW No 2240 kg/4938 lb 56.5 124
2016 911 Turbo S 212 g/km 427 kW Porsche 3.8F6 turbo - - 1600 kg/3527 lb 121 267


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