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Electricity has been flowing through Porsche veins since the very start. As a result, the Porsche Museum is offering an electrifying programme for the second half of 2020. “Soul, electrified” is the motto for captivating, innovative and entertaining events in the museum. Whatever we do, we always stay true to the tradition of Porsche.


Porsche Sound Night “Next Level”

After a two-years break, it is back - louder than before: On Saturday, September 18, 2021, at 7:00 p.m., the Porsche Museum will start the engines of racing and series vehicles from the company's collection that once made history on the world's racetracks or are going to in the future. “We are very happy to announce the first digital sound night to fans and customers all over the world. The Corona Pandemic faces us with big challenges but also allows us to think of new opportunities.” emphasizes Achim Stejskal, Head of Porsche Heritage and Museum. “Due to the numerous inquiries, we noticed that it is not only us who miss the engine sound. This year for the very first time, we will be broadcasting the typical Porsche sound via a digital live event to all countries around the world.

 

Further information will follow at a later date.

The Porsche - Pioneer in Electric Mobility exhibition in Berlin

Porsche is showing its first all-electric sports car as part of the “Start to Drive Electric” exhibition series in Berlin. The special exhibition "Porsche - Pioneer in Electric Mobility" can be visited until 1 November 2020 in the "DRIVE. Volkswagen Group Forum" on Unter den Linden in Berlin. Entry is free of charge.

Inside, not only are topics from the world of electric mobility such as range and energy recuperation, infrastructure and charging looked at, but a deep dive is also taken into the pioneering spirit of the Porsche brand. Sustainability, the zero-impact factory, Formula E and the vision of climate-neutral mobility are other areas covered in the special exhibition. “The Porsche Museum does not see itself as an institution that just preserves collections and is a guardian of the past,” explains Achim Stejskal, Head of Heritage and the Porsche Museum. “It is our mission to make the past fit for the future today. It is our responsibility to safeguard awareness of the heritage of the Porsche company, its products and its philosophy, to further develop this in the future, and to embed its tradition sustainably in the company’s strategy.” Visitors will see a number of cars, including a Taycan 4S, two Taycan Turbo S, the endurance test car of the brand, the record-breaking car from the Nürburgring Nordschleife, as well as the Formula E show car. Further highlights include a cutaway model of the Porsche Taycan, the Formula E race simulator, touchpoints with information on the milestones of electric mobility at Porsche, a Taycan cockpit, charging stations, the electric motors of the front and rear axles as well as a Carrera slot car track. The latter will prove especially energetic, as visitors can pedal to generate electricity for the little racing cars themselves. Through various experience modules, there is also an interactive interplay between the digital and analogue worlds. 
Eveningtour We also open our exhibition exclusively for you after 6 p.m. Whether you have an event already in mind or you are looking for ideas, our event team is happy to advise you on your options for visiting the museum after the opening hours. For example, start with a champagne reception for your guests as a prelude to a special evening.
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