There are only a handful of modern car manufacturers that have the rich and diverse history that can parallel Porsche’s. Having been founded in 1931, the brand is amongst the few to have such an extensive racing, and production archive. Of course everyone, young and old, man or woman, car aficionado or not, knows about the legendary 911. With it being in production for 54 years now, it’s the longest production run sports car of all time. Few affluent collectors have managed to get their hands on a fair amount of production models, but of course those aren’t always open to the public. Where does one go then to see the, arguably, most perfected embodiment of a sports car? You guessed it: The Porsche Museum in Stuttgart.
Naturally, the 911 is far from Porsche’s only showpieces. The early and legendary cars like the ground-breaking 959, the 911 GT1 unicorn, or one of the most iconic race cars to date, the 917, are displayed in all their glory. If the historic isn’t your cup of tea, fear not. All of Porsche’s latest masterpieces are on display in pristine condition. To get a glimpse of what the spectacular museum has to offer, take a look at the gallery below!
Photos by: Davor Kuhelj Photography