This is quite literally Porsche paradise, the best collection of Porsche cars in the world! In the storage archives of the Porsche Museum we can find everything from the original 918 Spyder protoype and concept, to the Mission E and spectacular 919 Tribute record breaker. There's nothing like it anywhere in the world, over 700 cars in total, let's explore!
The Porsche Museum in Zuffenhausen, Germany is home to incredible displays of cars, showcasing the history of the company from Ferdinand Porsche's first electric and hybrid cars from 1898 through to the earliest 356s in 1948 and onwards throughout the motorsports success of the 917, 956 and so forth. Tucked in amongst them are all the great road cars too, like the early 911s to the 959, 911 GT1, Carrera GT and 918 Spyder.
However, where it really gets special is when we can explore the archives, with all of the cars that Porsche keep and store to preserve their immense history. With rooms overloaded with unbelievable scenes, there's so much to explore and take in around this incredible halls. From all special iterations of the GT3, GT3 RS and GT2 RS, to a phenomenal line of the 919 Hybrid racecars from Le Mans including the record smashing 919 Tribute built with the rule book thrown out. There are then over 10 918 Spyders, 7 Carrera GTs, at least 5 911 GT1s and more than 5 959s; there's simply nothing like this anywhere else in the world.
The Porsche Museum share some of their incredible cars on their page too:
A huge thanks also goes to benymarjanac for the opportunity to visit the archives!
Thanks for watching, Tim