Photographer Marcel Lech recently had the opportunity to take detailed shots of the soon-to-be legendary Porsche 918 Spyder. The example he captured was actually the second 918 in British Columbia, where the photos were taken. This car was originally ordered for Porsche Centre Langley | Open Road Auto Group, but has since been sold.
While Marcel Lech was taking pictures of the car, the car’s handler informed @RiceMoney of the 918’s every detail. This included how the only materials you will find on the car are carbon fiber, leather and metals, including aluminum, magnesium and more.
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During his lesson on Porsche’s latest supercar, he was surprised to see that the speedometer is analog rather than digital, considering the dashboard contains so many digital components. The car’s handler also touted that the 918 Spyder features no plastic.
Check out the images yourself to see just how incredible the Porsche 918 Spyder truly is.
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(Source: Marcel Lech Photography)
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