Until very recently it was impossible to see Porsche’s entire car collection at once because of limited storage space, but now the company has a facility capable of housing its 505-vehicle library and then some.
Unfortunately, that doesn’t mean you can see them, or almost anyone for that matter, in their new home. Stashed away in a secret location in some Stuttgart suburb, Porsche has a massive climate controlled storage facility that serves as a hub for its cars between shows and events. The family includes special side projects performed for other companies like Lada, and even a family car for the Chinese market.
Now, the automaker is releasing a multi-part series that gives a glimpse behind the scenes in the facility, which Porsche Archive Museum chief Dieter Landenberger simply says is not a public place. In the clip below you see the first production Porsche 911 Turbo, which was a birthday gift to Louise Piëch, daughter of Ferdinand Porsche in 1973.
Part two will have even more pieces of Porsche history including a convertible 928 prototype and a bulletproof 996.
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