PORSCHE, Germany — Porsche has revealed its next rally cars will be based on its latest technology, a new hybrid drivetrain and the use of lightweight carbon fibre materials.
It will be unveiled on Sunday at the Frankfurt Motor Show, which will also feature the first performance demonstration of the Porsches new electric drivetrain, which is designed to deliver up to 30 percent more energy per mile on the road than conventional diesel.
The Porsche is also the first Porsch to use lightweight carbon fiber, which allows the new vehicles to reduce weight from around 9 tons to around 3 tons, compared to around 10 tons for the older 911.
Porsche also said the P937 SUV will be the company’s first mass-market sports car, while the P1050 hatchback will be its first sports car in North America.
Porsches first rally car will be powered by a hybrid electric drive, powered by the rear wheels of the car, with a front wheel driven by the front wheels.
The Porsche Porscher will feature a new front and rear-wheel drive system, allowing the rear wheel to be powered exclusively by the P3 electric motor, which can provide a range of up to 300 kilometers (186 miles).
The new system will deliver a peak power of 3,800 horsepower (2,700 kilowatts) from the rear axle, and 3,500 horsepower (1,900 kilowatt) from front axle.
Porschers first performance rally car, the P-Wagen, will feature the same new rear- and front-wheel driving systems.
The car will use a new rear wing with a new lightweight composite design, and will have a total weight of 7,300 kilograms (15,000 pounds), according to Porschers.
The company also announced that it will introduce the P1 rally car later this year, which features a new and improved rear drive system that will deliver up, according to Porsche.
The new Porsche will feature an all-wheel-drive system, which makes it the most advanced production rally car ever made, the company said.
The 2018 Porsche 911 R will have the most technologically advanced electric drive system ever developed.
Its performance and handling will be more than 50 percent better than that of any other production rally vehicle in the world.
The car is the first mass market rally car in the history of the world, Porsche said.
“It’s the first time we can say that we’ve done a rally car without an engine,” said Porsche’s president of production, Christoph Müller.
“We have to be very careful not to put any technology in that will be harmful for the safety of the drivers.”
The 2018 Porsche 911 R is expected to hit the road in 2019.
Other new Porsche models unveiled include the Porsche Panamera S, a sports car that Porsche hopes will be a breakthrough in luxury, luxury, performance and performance.
This new sports car is said to be the most exciting Porsche in history.
More than 100,000 Panamera prototypes have been built in the U.S., and all of them are now on sale.
The next Panamera will be called the P5.