2013 brought us three amazing hybrid supercars. Porsche unveiled the 918 Spyder with production limited to 918 units, McLaren introduced the successor to the legendary F1, the P1 which is limited to 375 units and already sold out. The 918 Spyder packs a combined 875bhp, while the P1 packs 903bhp.
Porsche’s hybrid supercar is priced from £650k and McLaren’s F1 successor from £866,000.
The third hybrid supercar is the Ferrari LaFerrari, which made its debut in Geneva earlier this year, but still has not made it into production as the testing still continues.
The LaFerrari packs a combined 950bhp from a hybrid drivetrain that combines a 6.3-litre V12 and an electric motor.
Ferrari has not confirmed the final specs yet, but it is known it goes from 0-62mph in less than three seconds and hits a top speed of around 217mph.
According to CNBC more than 1,000 people have expressed interest in buying a LaFerrari and the model has been completely sold out.
Total production will be limited to 499 cars and pricing starts from around a cool £1 Million.