http://www.leftlanenews.com/porsche-918-spyder-hybrid.html Porsche unveiled its technological marvel, known as the 918 Spyder Hybrid, at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this year. At the time of the reveal, the 918 was nothing more than a concept car – but after receiving significant interest Porsche has reportedly decided to move forward with a limited run production of this high-po hybrid. Although Porsche has yet to 100 percent publicly confirm the 918’s future as a production car, two sources familiar with the vehicle have told Bloomberg that not only is the car coming, but that it will be priced at $630,000. The same sources also said that the automaker has over 2,000 potential owners that have suggested they would like to purchase the drop-top – making it very likely to move forward. The plug-in hybrid combines a V8 power unit delivering more than 500 hp and three electric motors with a combined electric output 160 kW (218 hp), boasting overall output of 718 hp. Fuel efficiency is said to be 78.4 U.S. mpg, making this the fastest and greenest Porsche ever created. The car is likely to see production eventually, though it’s not clear how close to the concept is to a finished product. There’s speculation the vehicle is intended as a successor to the Carrera GT supercar, but until we know more about this beast, it’s hard to make that call. The sprint to 62 mph is said to take just 3.2 seconds, and a top speed of 198 mph is sure to be ample for Autobahn cruising. Porsche says the car will lap the Nurburgring Nordschleife in under 7:30 – besting the Carrera GT.