Visit the Porsche Museum without leaving home

Inside the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart, Germany — Picture courtesy of Porsche
Inside the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart, Germany — Picture courtesy of Porsche

STUTTGART, April 6 — If they have a mind to marvel at miracles of engineering, automobile fans living under quarantine can visit the fabulous Porsche Museum in Stuttgart, Germany, where they can embark on a virtual stroll through the renowned exhibition space and admire all of the collection on show.

Inaugurated in 2009, the Porsche Museum has already welcomed almost five million visitors.

In the purpose-built exhibition space of around 5,600 sqm, visitors can see 80 iconic models that highlight the history of the brand, from the Beetle (designed by Ferdinand Porsche) to the latest generation of 911s, the Porsche Type 64, the 356 and the 550.

Motor sport enthusiasts will also linger in front of the German firm's models that were responsible for the Porsche legend at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

Fans of the brand should also be aware that Porsche has made it possible to customise the Porsche of your dreams with the Porsche AR Visualiser augmented reality application, which is available free of charge for Android and iOS.

Visit the Porsche Museum: porsche.com. — AFP-Relaxnews

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