Porsche’s state-of-the-art museum in Stuttgart, Germany will have a special guest in the coming weeks in the form of the new 2010MY 911 Turbo. The exhibit, which will be held from November 21 to 29, will showcase the new 911 Turbo alongside some of its predecessors, in addition to the never-released prototype of the 911 Turbo, which, incidentally, was the same car that was used during the 911’s testing and development stage.

If the special exhibit isn’t enough to make Porsche enthusiasts wallop in excitement, the German automakers are also in the process of releasing a new coffee table book – the fourth one from Porsche’s in-house publishers – entitled, “Porsche Turbo Stories”.

The 224-page book will be available from the Porsche Museum shop for
around €15 in both English and German versions. The latest book from “Edition Porsche-Museum” chronicles the storied history of the 911 Turbo including the release of never-before seen photos of the sports car that were dusted off from the company’s archives. In addition to that, the book also highlights every 911 Turbo ever built – from the first 911 Turbo 3.0 that rolled off the lot in 1974 to the latest incarnation, which was revealed at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

If you’re a Porsche fanatic and you happen to be near the area from the 21st to the 29th, you have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to relive the history of one of the most iconic cars of our time.

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Source: Porsche

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5 comments:

  (434) posted on 02.23.2012

A car enthusiast like me has finally a place to visit. A museum that showcases different Porsche was impressive. It’s great to include the Porsche turbo series.

  (858) posted on 03.21.2011

for sure those Porsche enthusiasts really thankful for having such museum that collects all the iconic Porsche cars. I really love hearing this kind of things.

  (648) posted on 10.21.2010

why those cars were chosen to represent the Porsche museum is beyond me

  (807) posted on 10.21.2010

So i guess TopSpeed is quite impress with the museum in Stuttgart, Germany..nice.

  (329) posted on 10.18.2010

My first thought was a simple one. What would car be worth at an auction? It would have been worth a mint just as the prototype Turbo. But then in the rest of its history including racing history and you can only imagine what it would go for.

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