911 Identity Now at The Porsche Museum

by  |  On February 1st, 2012  |  In Auto News, Porsche

Porsche has always been busy making some of the top cars available in the market but 911 still remains one of the iconic vehicles manufactured by Porsche. Now, The Porsche Museum in Stuttgart has decided to unveil the all new 911 Identity Exhibit which will be available to the public to see all the seven generations of 911 in the same place. Each Porsche model will be exhibited with the backdrop of its era and this will remain open for the people until May 20, 2012.

As per the information available from Porsche the first legendary Porsche 911 was unveiled in 1963 and since then the company has come up with more than 700,000 models that have been used by customers around the world. Recently, Porsche has decided to come up with the all new 2012 911 Carrera and Carrera S and both the models will be available at the Porsche Museum. The company has also decided to exhibit certain race cars that are based on 911 models and therefore people certainly have a good treat to look at. The exhibit will also have Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7 and Porsche 911 GT3 R Hybrid. The company has also decided to display some unique documents that have never been put up on display before.

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