'Porsche 918' Comparison & Recall Updates: Porsche 918 Compared To Ferrari LaFerrari & Ferrari Enzo, Recall For Front Lower Control Arms

Jan 04, 2017 10:36 AM EST | Joyce Vega

People think Porsche 918 is a great vehicle and the carmaker agrees with them. The VP of Porsche said there is nothing about Porsche 918 Spyder that needs to be changed, and there is not a new technology which will make them improve it. Things could be better, but not by such a lot, if they decided to change it, the changes will be minor, nothing big. However, people could see a better version of Porsche 918 Spyder in 5 or 6 years but nothing is certain.

Porsche 918 Spyder and Ferrari LaFerrari are two hypercars, and nuttiest speed beasts in the history who are now used for actual transportation. People love LaFerrari because it kept its identity like Ferrari while Porsche 918 has a bit of H. R. Giger in it and always looks indivisible and is electrically assisted like every modern car, but according to Road And Track, Porsche could not iterate passion into the Porsche 918 Spyder.

German engineering vs. Italian, electric motors vs. old-school, the future vs. the past, red vs. silver this race between Porsche 918 Spyder and Ferrari Enzo will make car enthusiast and everyone who loves a great race laugh and replay the video all day. Some are German car-type of a person while others are Italian but this video will be the best thing car lovers will see today. In this video, Ferrari Enzo is a True Thoroughbred Italian while Porsche 918 Spyder is a passionless plug-in hybrid.

Chinese Porsche 911 tried to impress everyone with its fake 918 Wheels in Suzhou, China. This replica doesn't represent just a challenge common sense and infuriate purists, but also a big safety threat to the driver as well as to those around him according to Auto Evolution. The producer of these fake wheels is unknown yet which makes it difficult to follow the legal requirements. Wheels and brakes are the most important part of a car, and with these improvised wheels one small mistake can end up with a disaster.

According to Cars, 300 units of model-year 2015 Porsche 918 Spyder plug-in hybrid sports cars that were manufactured between Nov. 6, 2013, and July 27, 2015 have problems with it's front lower control arms which may crack at the ball joint. This crack affects the vehicle's handling which increases the risk of a crash. Dealers will offer free replacement for these problems.

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