Adrenaline at the push of a button: the Sport Chrono Package offers an even sportier tuning of the chassis, engine and transmission. The kit includes a digital and analogue stopwatch, a graphic in the instrument cluster showing longitudinal and lateral acceleration, and a performance display for viewing lap times in
What’s new is the mode switch on the steering wheel with SPORT Response button, derived from the 918 Spyder. Four driving modes are available to choose from: ‘Normal’, ‘SPORT’, ‘SPORT PLUS’ and ‘Individual’ – for an even more personalised driving style.
In SPORT mode alone, the new
The stopwatch mounted on the dashboard displays recorded driving time or can be used as a conventional clock.
Pressing the button in the centre of the mode switch primes the engine and transmission for the fastest possible unleashing of power (e.g. for overtaking).
In other words, maximum responsiveness – for a period of approximately 20 seconds.
In conjunction with the Sport Chrono Package,
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