The exhibition guides the visitor through the company’s product history. The "
Find out about the different milestones in the life of Ferdinand
From the first construction of Ferdinand
As well as various engines, it covers the "Sascha" Austro-Daimler and Wanderer W22 types. The final word in this prologue is reserved for the model known simply as "Number 1", the first prototype of the
Find out more about the core competence of
The power-to-weight ratio has always been the crucial factor in sports car manufacturing. For that reason,
The 356 America Roadster was the lightest
Since 1971 the sports car manufacturer’s engineers have been developing and optimising technical solutions at the Research and Development Centre in Weissach. The focus is on the tradition of attention to technical detail first nurtured by Ferdinand
The central themes illustrating the "Fast" idea are aerodynamics and vehicle control.
Engine power alone is useless if it cannot be harnessed. From the very outset, Ferry
The key technical exhibit illustrating the "Fast" idea is the
The thematic focus of this part of the exhibition is on high-performance engines and their design.
Having long led the way in lightweight construction,
The exhibit is a flat-twelve engine stripped down to its component parts.
These cups are much more than just trophies. They represent special stories.
Seven cups, seven stories, seven legends. Captivating triumphs, driven by
Get to know the characteristic features of a
No other car in the world can boast such consistent design lineage as the 911. The "Nine Eleven" has enjoyed a distinctive identity stretching back across every generation and model year to 1964.
Taking the current 911
The trip through the history of
Ever since Ferdinand
Various unusual creations that one would not immediately identify as