In Detroit, Porsche introduced the 918 RSR Coupe

As expected, the new model Porsche, the German company which promised to bring to the Detroit Motor Show in 2011, was the racing version of the 918 RSR Coupe. Among describe a novelty as the perfect combination of technology between 911 GT3 R Hybrid and the design of the model the Porsche 918 Spyder, first shown at the motor show in Geneva in 2010. The car is built to take part in the race 24 Hours of Le Mans and its main chip is the electric motors and the kinetic energy recovery system KERS, developed by engineers formulaic Team Williams F1 Racing Team. Two Electromotors for a total capacity of 204 hp (for 102 “horses” for each) rotating wheels of the front axle and the rear wheel 918 RSR Coupe in motion causes gasoline engine V8, issuing 563 hp at 10 300 rev/min. Peak power of the hybrid coupe is an impressive 767 hp During braking eletrodvigateli send energy released at a mechanical flywheel to the right of the driver instead of the passenger seat. During acceleration flywheel capable of being promoted to 36 000 r/min, gives the stored energy in the Perrin wheel, improving acceleration. The interior – leather steering wheel racing with a lot of adjustments and display the selected gear, sports seats with improved lateral support and a carboxylic backed Spartan center console and LCD screen, which displays a lot of useful information to the rider.

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