The museum, in partnership with Porsche Motors North America, honors 50 sports cars as “the most comprehensive Porsche display outside Stuttgart.”
Peter Mullin, chairman of Petersen, said in a statement: “For more than a year Porsche’s influence will capture Porsche’s innovative and iconic spirit and demonstrate the brand’s contribution to the automotive engineering and racing world. “We are very happy to share this incredible history with passion, enthusiasts and casual fans will appreciate and enjoy. ”
Porsche celebrated the 70th anniversary of the establishment of a sports car this year, a timely demonstration is a fan of iconic brand must-see.
In addition to cars, exhibits include historical documents and artifacts. There will also be a brand new Porsche vaulting experience.
Klaus Zellmer, President and CEO of Porsche Automotive North America, said at the press conference: “There is nothing more important than protecting our brand in Porsche’s responsibility for me.
“Of course, with this coercion to support and respect our rich legacy … we look forward to sharing Porsche’s story with rare and rare artifacts and display elements, along with some of the most iconic car”.
A must-see baby is the 928 H50 study, a rare four-door prototype that borrows exclusively from the Porsche Museum.
Visitors can also see the 1938 Berlin-Roma 64, 906, 919, 1955 Porsche 356 Continental Roadster, the X83 Turbo S Flachbau 964, 953 911, the 917K Gulf, the J?germeister 962, the Porsche 935 K3 Le Mans Champion, 901, there’s more to show.
By January 27, 2019, the Porsche Effect will be exhibited at the museum’s Mullin Grand Salon.