The 2018 Porsche 918 Spyder, the most powerful car in the lineup, is the first production car to feature a carbon fiber body, and it also uses a carbon-fiber roof.
The car uses the same powertrain as the 911 Turbo S, and Porsche has been working on a version of the 918 Turbo S for years, but its powertrain is new.
The new engine uses a turbocharger from an old Porsche 911 Turbo.
Porsche says the 919 Spyder uses 1,400 horsepower and 906 lb-ft of torque.
It also uses two electric motors to help boost power.
The powertrain has been in development since the 911’s launch, but it took until 2018 for Porsche to roll it out to production models.
“The engine was built at the same time as the chassis and the drivetrain, and the carbon fiber roof and the front splitter were all developed as well,” a company spokesperson told Autoblog.
“This gives us a tremendous amount of flexibility for a new vehicle that is still in development.”
Porsche says it’s planning to roll out the new 919 Turbo S at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, with a scheduled debut in 2019.
We’ve reached out to Porsche for more information about the 917 Spyder and how it compares to the 991 Turbo, but in the meantime, we’ve got our hands on the 920 Spyder.