Porsche has a large warehouse where it stores cars from all its eras. This quirky and wonderful place is not the “official” Porsche museum, but rather a facility not open to the general public. Next, we delve into this exciting story.
the german house porsche does not require any presentation. His cars and his imprint are known around the globe. With a sporting spirit, the German house has shone on the roads and on the competition tracks.
In stuttgart there is the porsche museuman avant-garde building, contemporary in design, which houses a changing exhibition of around 80 cars. Thousands and thousands of fans and tourists visit these facilities every year. It is, without a doubt, one of the points of attraction of the city.
However, today we wanted to stop at another “museum”. It is a three-body ship, built 3 kilometers outside the city of Stuttgart. Precisely in Kallenberg. This great space of more than 9,000 square metershas around 300 cars And it has two big goals. The first is to host porsche waiting to be exhibited in the Official Museum.
And the second purpose is to maintain, restore and take care of the porsche who go out for a walk around the world to various events of all kinds: races, exhibitions, Auto Shows. This ship -or mega garage, whatever you want to call it- is known among the workers of the German house as the “Porsche Collection Hall”.
What you treasure is pricelessreally, although without the glamor of the facilities and lights of the official museum. For example, we can find a Porsche 924 Carrera GTR dated in 1981, the second manufactured unit of the legendary porsche 356 or the first prototype of the model that changed the face of the factory, its first SUV: Porsche Cayenne.
As a rarity, among all the porsche protrudes a Mercedes Benz. By the beginning of the 1990s, the Porsche house was not going through its best moment neither economically nor in sales. So he took some engineering jobs for other brands. It was the case of the famous Mercedes-Benz 500E. For this model, porsche developed the brake system and the latest engine tuning process.
Here ends a new history of automotive culture. Now I ask you, reader, What is your favorite Porsche? Until next time, dear friends and friends.