With the Porsche Museum we began our acquaintance with automotive museums in Germany. The legendary racing cars, production models and concepts at Porsche in the first place has always been a technical perfection, only then the beauty and comfort. He created his cars mainly to participate in and win the race, and then later for sale.
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In 1898, the young engineer Ferdinand Porsche appears revolutionary concept car with electric drive, and in 1900 he created the world’s first hybrid car, which had a gasoline engine and two electric motors placed in the hub of the front wheel:
In 1906, Porsche became technical director and chief designer of the Viennese company that produced automobiles Austro-Daimler, which under his leadership created a model Sascha:
In 1923, he was appointed chief engineer of the Stuttgart company Daimler-Benz AG, where he headed the construction of a racing car with a two-liter engine. The most famous Mercedes, created under the Porsche sports steel – S and SS.
Wanderer W22 1934. No coincidence that this model is the concern Auto Union stands in the museum Porsche:
In 1939, on the basis of Wanderer W22 Ferdinand Porsche designed by Hitler’s orders people’s car Volkswagen Käfer – Volkswagen Beetle:
Each machine in the museum has its own history, it is more often associated with the victories and defeats in the race, as well as the skill of the pilots.
Porsche 360 Cisitalia 1947. This car was designed by order of Italian industrial magnate Duzio Pierrot, a great lover of races:
Porsche 356 Coupe – the first car company Porsche. With the model 356 began the history of sports car Porsche:
Porsche 356 Coupe Speedster:
Porsche 356/2 Coupe:
Very often in the name of the model you can see the word Carrera, it appears in the name of sport version 356 in the mid-1950s – so perpetuated the memory of the victory in the Carrera Panamericana race of the 54th, after which the mark was widely known in North America:
Composite frame weighing 132 kg, 33 kg each Bezmenov:
Porsche 908/03 Spyder:
Porsche 908/02 Spyder:
Legend Porsche 911. It is these lines and curves will be further traced in all subsequent models:
Here you can get up and listen to the sounds of different engines:
The evolution of the 911 model. Virtually nothing has changed, Porsche cars are always recognizable:
Porsche 911 in the context of:
A Porsche Museum is located opposite the factory and showroom, where you can order or buy newly manufactured Porsche: