You Can Now Order The 2025 Porsche 911 GTS T-Hybrid

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When news first surfaced about Porsche’s foray into sustainable motoring, most were genuinely excited, while some had doubts. However, the remarkable success of the first-generation Taycan and its succeeding iterations tell us the marque nailed the formula. Now, they’re catering to potential clients still on the fence regarding EVs with the 911 GTS T-Hybrid.

Despite the growing demand for eco-friendly rides, not everyone is eager to switch directly from internal combustion engines to battery-electric systems. It’s a long-standing concern that the current technology can never surpass the efficiency of a petrol-powered machine. Therefore, the German marque offers a platform with lesser emissions.

Leading automotive industry pundits agree that EVs still evoke range anxiety. Until adequate infrastructure becomes available to facilitate greener long-distance travel by car, models like the 911 GTS T-Hybrid are attractive alternatives given their reduced carbon footprint. The details are below to find out if this is for you.

As noted by the manufacturer, the powertrain “was derived from motorsport and combines emotive engine sound with outstanding performance.” Mounted on the rear is a 3.6-liter flat-six, supplemented by the electric motor integrated within the Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK).

Excess energy produced in Recuperation mode recharges the 400V traction battery, along with the electric exhaust turbocharger. Porsche completes the setup with an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission. The 911 GTS T-Hybrid's wider wheels, reworked chassis, and new engine mounts promise exceptional driving dynamics.

Overall, we’re looking at an output of 532 horsepower with 449 lb-ft of torque for a 0-60 mph time of 2.9 seconds and a top speed of 194 mph. As for the cockpit, whoever is behind the wheel faces a 12.65″ curved digital instrument cluster. Upholstered and adorned with premium materials, Porsche crafted the 911 GTS T-Hybrid as an elegant sports car.



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