The Porsche 918 Spyder's only real natural competition comes from two even more expensive and limited-volume hypercar hybrids: the McLaren P1 and the Ferrari LaFerrari.
All of them produce horsepower in the 900-1000 hp ballpark, all of them do it with some form of hybrid drive system, all of them have advanced composite construction, and all of them have highly developed aerodynamics.
So what's the difference? Which one is best? That's largely a matter of preference.
They're all faster than you'll ever need on the street, and faster than most will be able to handle on track.
They're all surprisingly efficient, especially considering their performance capabilities.
And they're almost all already sold.
|2015 Porsche 918 Spyder||2016 Lamborghini Aventador||2015 Ferrari F12 Berlinetta||2015 Ferrari LaFerrari||2015 McLaren 650S|
|$845,000Browse Used Listings||$399,500See Your Price||$319,995See Your Price||$1,416,362See Your Price||$265,500Browse Used Listings|
|20 MPG City / 24 MPG Hwy||10 MPG City / 18 MPG Hwy||11 MPG City / 16 MPG Hwy||12 MPG City / 16 MPG Hwy||16 MPG City / 22 MPG Hwy|
|Gas/Electric V-8||Premium Unleaded V-12||Premium Unleaded V-12||Gas/Electric V-12||Twin Turbo Premium Unleaded V-8|
|2-Door Roadster||2-Door Coupe LP 700-4||2-Door Coupe||2-Door Coupe||2-Door Coupe|
|All Wheel Drive||All Wheel Drive||Rear Wheel Drive||Rear Wheel Drive||Rear Wheel Drive|
|Auto-Shift Manual w/OD||Auto-Shift Manual w/OD||Auto-Shift Manual w/OD||Auto-Shift Manual w/OD||Auto-Shift Manual w/OD|