London at dawn. On the road: two powerful athletes. With the same DNA. With the same spirit. And a shared mission: to take electrifying performance from the race track. And apply it to the urban jungle.
This time, the 919 Hybrid is producing goose bumps not only on, but beyond, the race track. The two-time Le Mans winner and the most powerful Porsche of all time, faces a completely new challenge, as it conquers the streets of a cultural metropolis that combines the past, present and future like no other. At its side, a sports car whose intelligent core was developed on the race tracks around the globe and is now ready for the road. And who better to welcome the sports car of the future to its natural habitat than a true racing legend? Mark Webber pilots the new Panamera 4 E-Hybrid across London, from Park Lane to Westminster, taking in Piccadilly Circus and Big Ben, finally sweeping across the River Thames, on our way to conquer new frontiers. With the sports car of tomorrow. For the driver of today.
Mission: Future Sportscar
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