In Northern Territory, Australia, there is a town called Alice Springs. It has a population of just 28,605, which is remarkably low when compared to our company’s hometown, St. Petersburg, Florida, which has a population of roughly 250,000. But, Alice Springs has something our city does not, and it’s a video of a Porsche 918 Spyder going flat out on one of the town’s long straightaways.
Porsche uploaded a new video today to YouTube starring their hybrid hypercar. In the video, the driver takes the 918 up to 217.48 mph (350 km/h), even though Porsche states the top speed of the car is 214 mph.
Recently, we published an article about a 918 Spyder racing a Koenigsegg Agera R. In this video, the 918 also hits a top speed of 217.48 mph.
Check out the video above to see what it’s like to go flat out in Porsche’s latest hypercar on an Australian straight.
(Note: Attempting to reach speeds this high is a dangerous endeavor, and should not be attempted unless on a closed course under professional supervision. Do not attempt to recreate anything seen in the video above. The Editors at duPont REGISTRY do not condone illegal activity on the roads. Be safe, and be smart.)
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