- Geneva Motor Show 2011
- Panamera Hybrid
- Porsche 911 black edition
- Porsche Boxster S Black edition
The International Motor Show will be opening for its 81st edition from March 3 to 13, 2011 at Geneva Palexpo.
2011 is the year of hybrid cars for Porsche.
At the Motor Show in Geneva, Porsche will present the world’s first hybrid car developed by Ferdinand Porsche in 1900 with the Austrian firm Hofwagenfabrik Ludwig Lohner & Co.
The 111-year-old hybrid car, called the Semper Vivus (“always alive”), has been recreated by the experts from the museum for four years and is now fully operational. The first hybrid Porsche was equipped with two internal combustion engines, electric motors, as well as feeding it batteries. After the exhibition at the Motor Show in Geneva Semper Vivus will become part of the museum Porsche in Stuttgart.
The Porsche’s main star at this year’s Geneva Motor Show will be a hybrid sportscar of the Panamera hybrid.
At Geneva they will also show the 918 RSR concept race car that makes its European debut. Other cars on display at Porsche’s booth include the 330 hp (243 kW) Cayman R in Europe for the first time, alongside the the 911 Black Edition, limited to 1,911 units, based on the 345 hp (254 kW) 911 Carrera, and the Boxster S Black Edition, limited to 987 units worldwide
New Porsche Preview at the Geneva Motor Show 2011 – Video
Semper Vivus: World Premiere in Geneva Motor Show – Video
2011 Geneva Motor Show Photogallery by: Porsche Origin