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Aerial Drone Tour Showing Over 700 Cars Inside Porsche Museum (Video)

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Aerial drone tour showing the over 700 magnificent cars inside Porsche Museum.

Cars on display includes 200 race cars, every Porsche 911 generation, Carrera GT and 956, and the 918 Spyder.

All the cars on display at Porsche Museum packs a combine power of 30,000 horses.





Porsche Museum in Stuttgart, Germany will reopen to visitors in March after months of closure to curtail the spread of the deadly Covid-19 diseases.

With the travel restrictions still in force, the Volkswagen-owned luxury carmaker has provided a virtual tour of its museum filmed with a drone camera.

Aerial Drone Tour Showing The Over 700 Cars Inside Porsche Museum - autojosh

Aerial Drone Tour Showing The Over 700 Cars Inside Porsche Museum - autojosh

Aerial Drone Tour Showing The Over 700 Cars Inside Porsche Museum - autojosh

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In a short clip captioned with “Porsche Museum : The 30,000 Horsepower Aerial Drone Tour”, the drone takes us through some of the magnificent cars that has rolled off Porsche assembly lines through the years.





Aerial Drone Tour Showing The Over 700 Cars Inside Porsche Museum - autojosh

Aerial Drone Tour Showing The Over 700 Cars Inside Porsche Museum - autojosh

Aerial Drone Tour Showing The Over 700 Cars Inside Porsche Museum - autojosh

Some of the cars on display at the Porsche Museum includes the first 356 ever built, GT and Le Mans racing cars like the 917 and 550 Spyder.

Also on display includes every Porsche 911 generation, supercars like the Carrera GT and 956, and the 918 Spyder hypercar.

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In all, there were over 700 cars with a combined 30,000+ horsepower on display at the massive museum, including 200 race cars.

Porsche, while rounding off the drone tour, described its magnificent museum as a “place where you arrive as a visitor and leave as a fan.”

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