Standings for Fastest Hybrid Cars

2015 Porsche 918 Spyder

Rank: #1

Class: Hybrid Cars

0-60 Time: 2.1 seconds

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The top 10 fastest cars are lined up from fastest to slowest by their 0 to 60 times. We bring you this list of Hybrid Cars based on the best estimates from trusted sources, including Car & Driver, Motor Trend, Road & Track and more.

Ranked at #1, the 2015 Porsche 918 Spyder races 0-60 mph in 2.1 seconds. Sports cars that fall within this range of acceleration are categorized as Super Fast Cars.

It pulls ahead of the #2 ranked 2015 Ferrari LaFerrari by 0.3 seconds and the #3 ranked 2014 Porsche 918 Spyder by 0.4 seconds.

Before getting in the driver's seat of one of these cars and punching the gas, you should know where you stand. In a race from 0-60 mph between 2015 Porsche 918 Spyder vs. 2015 Ferrari LaFerrari, you would WIN by 0.3 seconds!

If you are thinking about going head to head with another Porsche, make sure you know your competition. Find out where your car ranks against the top 10 fastest cars from 2015.


0-60 mph Standings

RankOrderYearOrderMakeOrderModelOrderHorsepowerOrderMSRPOrder0-60 TimeOrder
12015Porsche918 Spyder608$847,9752.1
22015FerrariLaFerrari949$1,322,7122.4
32014Porsche918 Spyder887$847,9752.5
42014McLarenP1903$1,150,0002.8
52017AcuraNSX573$202,9603.1
62016AcuraNSX573$202,9603.1
72014BMWi8228$136,6253.8
82015BMWi8357$125,0004.3
92019BMWi8 Roadster369$164,2954.4
102012PorschePanamera S Hybrid380$110,2404.9
112014AcuraRLX Hybrid377$60,0005.0
122012InfinitiM35H360$66,3755.1
132010BMWX6 ActiveHybrid480$89,7755.3
142014AcuraRLX Sport Hybrid SH-AWD377$60,0005.3
152013LexusGS 450h286$62,0205.9
162012FiskerKarma Ecochic402$119,2005.9
172012InfinitiM35 Hybrid302$53,0006.1
182010Mercedes-BenzS400 Hybrid295$89,5657.0
192014HondaAccord Hybrid196$32,6957.2
202007ToyotaCamry Hybrid147$30,4957.3
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