Porsche 919 Spyder Evo Hybrid races under the auspices of Chopard, breaking the record for the new Nurburgring Nordschleife!
The Porsche 919 Spyder Evo Hybrid competes under the auspices of Chopard, breaking the record of the Nurburgring circuit, and is considered to be one of the most challenging circuits in the world. Lap time.
Porsche racer Timo Bernhard completed a 20,82 km track in a record time of 5 minutes 19 seconds and 55 seconds, increasing the original best time by 51.58 seconds.
The Porsche 919 Spyder Evo Hybrid is equipped with a 2000cc engine and V4 cylinder configuration. The internal combustion engine is 720hp, the electric motor is 440hp, the total vehicle power is 1160hp, and the weight is only 840kg.
In the record test, Timo Bernhard wore the Chopard ultrafast power control Porsche 919 HF Edition, a brand specifically designed for racing cars. The model is limited to a span of 100 units and is equipped with a 45mm DLC-coated titanium case. This model is driven by the automatic movement LUC 01.11-M. This model has date and power reserve complexity, bouncing at a high frequency of 8Hz (57.600vph), and can provide 60 hours of power reserve when fully wound. This model is COSC-certified, water-resistant to 100 meters, and has a tyre pattern rubber strap made specifically for Chopard.