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Old 05-12-2017, 08:23 AM
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One of the things that the very serious community of Porsche 911 enthusiasts concerned themselves with is the idea of a hybrid 911. From an evolutionary standpoint, it seemed to make sense. The 918 Spyder is a hybrid, after all. But the hybrid 911 is apparently dead now, so you can shelve all of your heated debates.

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Old 10-10-2018, 05:02 AM
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What a e-hybrid Porsche cayenne... It's super cool. Am I confused or did I miss something out.... does it have two modes or what... electric en combustion (gas) & is it really really safe I mean like in case of an accident especially if you bump into something. Greetings from Namibia Windhoek. Some of this cars are NOT fit for African countries. BUT they are all over NOW including Namibia.


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