One of the most anticipated model debut at the 2018 LA Auto Show was the amazing brand new 2020 Porsche 911. Porsche showed the new Carrera S and 4S on the show, but eventually line-up will be combined with a new 911 Turbo , GT3 and for the first time in the history of the model a hybrid, because the new platform was built to accommodate an electric motor.
We have to wait a long time before it arrives, however, according to AutoExpress, the Porsche 911 Hybrid is not expected to start at least 2022. “It will be the next development of this car [and] that means at least four years from today,” Porsche 911 Product Line Director August Achleitner explained. This suggests that the 911 Hybrid does not arrive at the car’s mid-cycle facelift around 2023.