When you think about Porsche, you think about premium vehicles, vehicles that mix performance and comfort in one balanced package. The German automaker is definitely one of the most popular car manufacturers. It is no surprise that for its 70th birthday, Porsche organized an intriguing car expo. For this particular event Porsche decided to show the world some of the most iconic vehicles produced under its brand, up to this day. Without a doubt, this is more of an homage paid to the brand than a marketing move. This is quite clear on account of there being no charge for visiting this particular exhibition.
The exhibit Porsche has organized includes a range of vehicles starting with those produced 70 years ago, ending with more recent products. The exposition will deal with lots of enthusiast interested to see 70 years of history jammed in a small space. The amount of history that Porsche wants to put us in contact with is huge. Such an opportunity is quite rare. Porsche fans around Berlin should not miss this opportunity for anything. The exhibit will be open seven days a week from 10 to 8pm. This event will take place in the Volkswagen Group forum, Drive.
The admission will be free. Porsche is trying to send a message through this decision. The exhibit is not meant to be an attempt to honor the brand’s achievements. It is by no means a marketing move. These particular vehicles were placed there in order to be admired by those that want to know and understand more about Porsche and the various stages of development it passed on its way to the present. Being situated in an accessible area, the exhibit will attract many visitors, not just Porsche fans. It remains to be seen how many people will visit the Porsche expo, exactly.
70 years of Porsche is definitely a milestone for the German automaker. The organized event is an interesting idea that gives visitors the opportunity to find out more about this car brand. Its rich history is summarized by the vehicles shown at the Berlin exhibit. There is no reason in the world to miss this particular expo if you happen to be close to the event. Visiting the Porsche exhibit could be the perfect thing to do for a Saturday afternoon. You’ll end up learning quite a lot about the German automotive history.