Porsche Museum Secrets

As we dream of a visit to the Porsche Museum in Germany, this video proves that the Museum is half the story. In another queit location, the real history of Porsche is kept safe. Housing race cars, test mules, prototypes, and Porsche family jewels.

Porsche Museum Secrets - Part 1:

The Porsche Museum in Stuttgart displays a rare wealth of Porsche cars that have shaped the company since 1948. However there is more.

There is a wider collection of very special and important cars that belong to the Museum, that up until now, have sat in separate locations. Recently a new storage space was found to hold all of these wonderful cars together allowing them to be maintained and cared for all under one roof.

Go behind the scenes of this exclusive new facility and learn more about some of the hidden treasures contained within. Explore the future of our history.

Porsche Museum Secrets - Part 2:

In this second part of the Porsche 'Museum Secrets' mini series we take a look at some of the special editions contained in the collection, including a prototype 928 and bullet proof 911 (type 996).

Go behind the scenes of this exclusive new storage facility and learn more about some of the hidden treasures contained within. Explore the future of our history.

Information on the Porsche Museum:

The Porsche Museum in Stuttgart provides the ultimate showcase of the unique heritage and DNA that is so fundamental to the Porsche brand.

About 80 vehicles and many small exhibits are displayed in a beautiful setting. In addition to world-famous, iconic vehicles such as the Porsche 356 No.1, 550 Spyder, 911, and 917, the exhibits include some of the outstanding technical achievements created by Professor Ferdinand Porsche from the early 20th century.

The building itself provides a dramatic and visually impressive setting for the large collection of iconic Porsche cars. From the lobby, visitors ascend a spectacular escalator to the entrance of the exhibition. From here visitors are free to choose whether to start chronologically with the company history before 1948, or to head directly into the main area of the exhibition, which contains a chronological history of Porsche products and thematic displays. Both areas are interlinked by the “Porsche Idea” section, which forms the backbone of the exhibition.

The 'Idea' section explains what makes the various themes and exhibits so unique. It tells of the spirit and the passion that are behind all that goes on at Porsche, paying tribute to the people behind the products.

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