Porsche Pavilion unveiled at Autostadt museum


The world of automobiles and their history never cease to fascinate and enthrall, which is why, car museums are gaining popularity more than ever these days. Recently, we had a peek at North America’s largest, the LeMay Museum, and this time around, we’ve come across yet another tribute to the automobile, located in Germany. Called the Autostadt, this renowned museum has on show just about every Volkswagen brand you could think of including Lamborghini, Bentley and Audi and will now house the Porsche Pavilion, a space dedicated to the Porsche brand with 25 cars from the automotive brand’s history on display including the aged 1948 Porsche 356.
Spread out over 1,400 square meters, the pavilion will also have an old Super 308 tractor for visitors to restore and a test-drive area with electric cars for children to drive around in!

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[Autoblog]