NEW YORK – Arriving late to the hybrid segment, Porsche AG unleashes its technologically advanced 911 GT3 R this fall at prestigious races in the U.S. and China to show it doesn't lack hybrid-engineering knowhow. Bearing no resemblance to Porsche’s Cayenne Hybrid, powered by conventional hybrid-electric-vehicle technology and going on sale later this year, the 911 GT3 R bristles with advanced hybrid engineering. The race car features two electric motors at the front axle capable of ...
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