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The 919 Hybrid is a well-balanced car with powerful brakes.
— In-game description
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The PORSCHE 919 HYBRID (2015) is a continuation of the 2014 PORSCHE 919 made by PORSCHE and was made to compete in the 2015 FIA World Endurance Championship's Le Mans Prototype 1 (LMP1-H) class.

This vehicle was both the team and manufacturer champions of the 2015 24 Hours of Le Mans and the FIA WEC. This was the same with the 2016 and 2017 season with their successors until PORSCHE withdrew from the FIA WEC.

Availability

The PORSCHE 919 HYBRID (2015) is available in two series:

This vehicle was added in the Le Mans: Pursuit of Victory Update (v3.4) released in June 2015 to coincide with the 24 Hours of Le Mans 2015. It is unlocked as soon as Endurance Champions is unlocked.

This vehicle can be acquired for 950 Icon Gold with no showcase discount. It can sometimes be bought for 380 Icon Gold as a 'Get it Now' price, unlocking Prototypes 2015 Season.


This vehicle is used in the following special events:

This vehicle was available to win in the following special event:

Availability Prior to Mercedes Update (v6.4)

Prior to Mercedes Update (v6.4) this car was in one series, that are no longer in the game

Liveries

Porsche 919 Livery17

No.17

Porsche 919 Livery18

No.18

Porsche 919 Livery19

No.19

In the game, there are three liveries to choose from:

  • No.17 (Red body and white graphics), driven by Timo Bernhard (Germany), Mark Webber (Australia) and Brendon Hartley (New Zealand).
  • No.18 (Black body and white graphics), driven by Romain Dumas (France), Neel Jani (Switzerland) and Marc Lieb (Germany).
  • No.19 (White body and black graphics), driven by Nico Hulkenberg (Germany), Earl Bamber (New Zealand) and Nick Tandy (United Kingdom).

Characteristics

Stage PR
(Upgrades)
Top Speed Acc. Braking Cornering Cost Parts
Initial
w/ Icon Gold
90.5 234 mph
376 kph
2.57 s 80.0 ft
24.3 m
2.06 g 950 Icon Gold
(760 Icon Gold)
Max PR
w/ R$
93.3
(1221221)
244 mph
392 kph
2.29 s 74.8 ft
22.8 m
2.35 g R$980,800
(+R$1,738,900)
11
3
Max PR
w/ Icon Gold
96.3
(8332332)
259 mph
416 kph
2.01 s 72.0 ft
21.9 m
2.56 g +996 Icon Gold
(1,737 Icon Gold)
10
24
Top Speed
(kph)
164 220 276 332 388 444 500
376 416
Acc.
(s)
8.60 6.73 5.13 3.80 2.73 1.93 1.40
2.57 2.01
Braking
(m)
51 44 37 30 23 16 9
24.3 21.9
Cornering
(g)
0.6 0.8 1.2 1.8 2.6 3.6 4.8
2.06 2.56


Upgrades (24)

Reset
Upgrade Duration R$icon Icon Gold
1 Engine: De-restricted Air Intake 12 Hours 93,000 25
2 Engine: Derestrict Fuel Limitations 38
3 Engine: Race Prototype Throttle Body 1 Day 209,200 55
4 Engine: Increase Engine Bore 85
5 Engine: Race Prototype Cam-shaft 2 Days 470,700 130
6 Engine: Uprated Turbocharger Kit 195
7 Engine: High Power Electric Motor 2 Days 1,059,000 290
8 Engine: Improved KERS 440
1 Drivetrain: Race Prototype Flywheel 12 Hours 86,500 24
2 Drivetrain: Race Prototype Differential 18 Hours 129,800 36
3 Drivetrain: Re-calibrated Gearbox 50
1 Body: Race Prototype Body Refinement 12 Hours 68,700 18
2 Body: Race Prototype Weight Reduction 18 Hours 103,100 28
3 Body: Race Prototype Aero Tweaks 42
1 Suspension: Race Prototype Suspension Tuning 12 Hours 79,300 22
2 Suspension: Race Prototype 32
1 Exhaust: Race Prototype High Flow Catalytic Converter 12 Hours 78,400 20
2 Exhaust: Race Prototype Exhaust Headers 18 Hours 117,600 32
3 Exhaust: Race Prototype Turbo-back Exhaust 48
1 Brakes: Race Prototype Brake Pads 12 Hours 60,600 16
2 Brakes: Race Prototype Calipers 18 Hours 91,000 25
3 Brakes: Race Prototype Carbon Ceramic Brake Discs 36
1 Tires & Wheels: Race Prototype Tire Compound 12 Hours 72,800 20
2 Tires & Wheels: Race Prototype Rim 30
TOTAL: 24 5 Days
12 Hours
980,800
+1,738,900
=2,719,700
996 /
1,737
Colour keys
White R$icon purchase before any Icon Gold upgrades
Or Icon Gold instant purchase
Green R$icon purchase after any Icon Gold upgrades
Red Icon Gold only purchase

For upgrades including PR values, please see the project page RR3 Wiki:Upgrades Section PORSCHE 2, please be aware that PR values can vary depending on the upgrade order.


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