’70 Years Of The Porsche Sports Car’ Exhibit in Berlin

Porsche shows the milestones of seventy years of sports car manufacturing at “Drive. Volkswagen Group Forum” in Berlin. This is where Porsche first received its permit to built the original 356, seventy years ago. So to mark the occasion, the German automaker is holding a special exhibition.

The exhibit splits Porsche’s extensive history into 10 sections, including “Origin of the sports car,” “Motorsport,” and “Sports cars of the future.” Each topic will feature a handful of iconic cars from that era. It includes everything from the very first 356 roadster to the new Mission E concept. The millionth 911 made is also on display, along with the Boxster that helped put Porsche back in the black, the legendary 917/20 “Pink Pig” Le Mans racer, and a new Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Sport Turismo.

“The message of our exhibition is this: The spirit of innovation, which over 70 years has made Porsche into one of the world’s most profitable automotive manufacturer, will continue to drive a unique brand experience into the future,” explained Achim Stejskal, director of the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart, Germany.