The 2025 Porsche 911 Hybrid has arrived

The 2025 Porsche 911 Hybrid has arrived

After revealing the updated Panamera, Taycan and Macan in the past few months, Porsche has officially unveiled the new 911 Hybrid. It is the first 911 model with a hybrid powertrain ever in its 61-year history, making Porsche’s product line attractive and younger than ever before, with more customization options and exclusivity.

“During development, we left nothing to chance and tested the new 911 in all kinds of conditions around the world. From extreme cold to extreme heat, as was the case during the final stages of testing in Dubai. Whether it’s putting a heavy load on the powertrain in the demanding conditions of mountain passes or in stop-and-go traffic in city conditions, the new 911 has mastered even the toughest challenges with ease. All in all, our engineers and test drivers have covered more than five million kilometers of development driving,” said Frank Moser, vice president of the 911 and 718 model line.

It is equipped with the Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC) anti-roll stabilization system integrated into the high-voltage hybrid system, which enables the use of an electro-hydraulic steering system. It also has a sports suspension with a variable damper system (PASM) and an option of height reduction of 10 mm, increasing a better driving experience, and thanks to the steering of the rear axle (standard), the 911 Carrera GTS has better stability at high speeds. Customers can choose from seven different designed wheels. At the front are 20″ wheels with 245/35 ZR tires, while at the rear are 21″ 315/30 ZR tires.

When it comes to the powertrain, all versions of the 911 come with more power. Under the bonnet of the 911 T-Hybrid is a newly developed 3.6-L boxer with 485 hp (357 kW) and 420 lb-ft (570 Nm) of torque, which in combination with the electric motor delivers a total of 532 hp (398 kW) and 449 lb-ft (610 Nm) of torque. That’s 59 hp (45 kW) more than the previous model.

The new 911 Carrera GTS is powered by an improved 3.0-L twin-turbocharged boxer engine, which now uses the intercooler from the Turbo model, located directly under the rear hatch grille (above the engine). Power is increased to 388 hp (290 kW) and 331 lb-ft (450 Nm) of torque, enough to push the car from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 4.1 seconds (3.9 seconds with Sport Chrono package) with a top speed of 294 km/h (183 mph).

When it comes to prices, the Porsche 911 Carrera starts at $120,100, while the 911 Carrera GTS costs $164,900. The most expensive version is the 911 Turbo S Cabriolet which costs $243,200, while the 911 GT3 RS costs $241,300.

Source: Porsche