Porsche is sliced and diced and on display

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We have an idea! Let’s take aPorsche and chop it down the middle just to see what it would look like! Sound crazy? That’s because it is! We will admit to not understanding certain elements of art, but we think the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart, Germany has gone way too far. They not only sliced one, but many Porsches as a sick and twisted demonstration of the inner workings of this beautiful beast.

Okay, let’s regain some sort of composure here. Give us a second.
Now, albeit insanely demonic, the “modified” Porsches do serve an educational inside look at the design stages of building a Porsche. This exhibit consists of various stations that start with the clay models of the Porsche and end with the full on models being sliced open to reveal their guts. This artistic display even shows details such as the first aid kit and the seats being cut in half. The murder on display alone would not be highly educational, but the videos positioned at each station help that aspect with narrations of each stage of development.

Putting aside the immoral destruction of the galloping stud, this display may be kind of cool. It’s not every day you get to see this type of vehicle in such a different perspective. Of course, this is why we had to post these pictures for all to see. Tell us what you think.

Source: NotCot

6 comments:

I want to go on that location. It was great that they are able to slice the Mercedes Benz.

Wow, a piece of Porsche hanging on a glass. What a clever idea to do this one. If you’re really a great fan of Porsche, you must see each details.

Sound so interesting..How they do that.. I mean whoever is responsible for this his so talented.. i would say..

The new TVR supercar will be a roadster developed on an improved version of the old steel platform, with fully independent suspension and, surprisingly, with a Corvette engine, but What happened in putting a ridiculous 400bhp inline sixes in TVR’s? Now there shopping at the lowest bidder for their engine, that was very sad.

Impressive hand crafted arts! I’d like to see this in person.

What an exhibit! I’d really love to go here but unfortunately, I don’t have enough money to buy a plane ticket to euro.

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