Technical Tour Porsche Museum (10th May 2013)
The successful record of Stuttgart’s sports-car manufacturer is based on decades of experience in automotive manufacturing and in motorsports. The history of Porsche sports cars begins in 1948 with the legendary Type 356 “No. 1,” but the conceptual basis of the brand is the result of the lifelong work of Professor Ferdinand Porsche (1875–1951), which was continued by his son Ferry (1909–1998).
Ever since it first opened in 2009, the Porsche Museum has fascinated visitors with its combination of unique vehicles and stunning architecture. The Porsche Museum is a centre of knowledge about the history of the sports car brand. The visitors can explore about 80 historical vehicles in the 5,600 square metres of the exhibition space. In addition to world-famous, iconic vehicles such as the 356, 550, 911, and 917, the exhibits include some of the outstanding technical achievements of Professor Ferdinand Porsche from the early 20th century.
Schedule (10th May, 2013)
|14:00||Departure from Karlsruhe (Kongresszentrum)|
|15:00||Arrival at the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart|
|17:00||Departure from Porsche Museum|
|18:00||Arrival in Karlsruhe|