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Porsche opens "Fascination Sports Cars" brand exhibit in Berlin - German premiere of the 718 Boxster
New special exhibition: Art, Graphics & Design – Hanns Lohrer & Porsche
From 2 June to 29 July 2012 in the Porsche Museum: Special exhibition pays tribute to Professor Ferdinand Alexander Porsche
New special exhibition with anniversary model 911 Club Coupe: Starting today, the Porsche Museum is presenting “60 years of Porsche Clubs”
Starting Today: New Special Exhibition “911 Identity” in the Porsche Museum
New special exhibition “80 years of Porsche Engineering”: Unusual exhibits in the Porsche museum
One million visitors to the Porsche Museum
Special “Panamera Moment“ Exhibition starting on 8 December 2009
Seventy-Five Years Ago: Porsche Receives the Order to Construct the Volkswagen
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The so-called „toolboxes“ explain the technology of the different 917 models.
The special exhibition „50 Years of Porsche 917 – Colours of Speed“ can be visited at the Porsche Museum from May 14th until September 15th.
This concept study transfers the design of the 917 into today’s era and is an homage to the Le Mans winner of 1970.
A model wind tunnel displays the aerodynamics of the Porsche 917.
The Porsche Design Beefer and the apron with the “Ping Pig” design are available at the Porsche Museum shop.
The first Porsche 917 was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show on 12 March 1969.
The Porsche 917-001 will be shown in the Porsche Museum for the first time in its original condition.
The name says it all: „50 Years of Porsche 917 – Colours of Speed” will show the brightness of all the 917 models.
Various exhibits represent the Porsche 917’s success in racing.
Driving the 917 KH with starting number 23, Hans Herrmann and Richard Attwood achieve the first overall victory for Porsche at the 24 hours of Le Mans.
Two 917 KH with the famous „Gulf“ colours, including starting number 20, started in Spa-Francorchamps in 1971.
The apron is inspired by the design of the 917/20 with the nickname „Pink Pig“.
Porsche celebrates "70 Yeras of Porsche sports cars".
As the “origin of the sports car”, the 70-year-old 356 “No. 1” Roadster will be the first thing that visitors see at the exhibition.
70 yeras ago, in 1948, the Porsche 356 “No. 1” Roadster received its general operating permit.
With this special exhibition, Porsche presents numerous stories and milestones.
Motor sports makes up a significant part of each decade.
The Porsche 917/20 "Sau" surrounded by the anniversary.
Ferdinand Porsche (left) and his son Ferry.
The exhibition also places particular emphasis on the employees, racing drivers and friends of Porsche.
The “70 years of the Porsche sports car” special exhibition is being held until January 6, 2019.
Der Mission E and its pioneers.
The "the future of the sports car" from Zuffenhausen: The Mission E.
The Porsche Museum celebrates 70 Years of the Porsche sports cars.
For the very first time presented to the public: The 911 (901 No. 57) at the Porsche Museum.
Starting on 14th of December, 2017: The 911 (901 No. 57) on display at the Porsche Museum.
The Porsche factory collection had lacked one of these rarities for 50 years.
The first test drive
The 911 (901 No. 57) is finally drivable again.
After three years of restoration the interieur appears brand new.
The original state of 2014.
Kuno Werner (very left) and Alexander Klein (very right, both Porsche Museum) present the 911 to pre-owner Bernd Ibold (2.f.r.) and "Trödeltrupp"-anchorman Otto Schulte (2.f.l.) after its restoration.
On March 7th, 2017, Walter Röhrl celebrates his 70th birthday.
Walter Röhrl 1993 in a 911 Carrera RS 3,8.
Walter Röhrl between 924 Carrera GTS and 924 Turbo (1981).
December 2007: Walther Röhrl and a 911 Turbo 3,6 Coupé (997).
The new illustrated book "Walter Röhrl - Querlenker" looks back on Röhrl`s career. Publisher: McKlein Publishing in cooperation with "Edition Porsche Museum".
21 exhibits inform visitors about the strategic and logistical challenges when the Porsche museum travels all over the world.
The 959 Paris Dakar from 1986 is being presented in a container in real size.
The new special exhibition "Roadbook. The Porsche Museum on the road around the world" gives a glimpse behind the "rolling museum" of Zuffenhausen.