Otto Mathé's Fetzenflieger from 1952
1939 VW39 pre-series Volkswagen - the fourth oldest VW Beetle in the world
500 cc racing cars from the early post-war era
1939 Porsche Type 64 / VW Type 60 K10 "Berlin-Rome Car"
Post-war sports and racing cars
2009 Toyota TF110 Formel 1-Prototyp
Automobile highlights tell exciting stories about the symbiosis of men and machines. Among the most important topics of the permanent exhibition are people like the Austrian racing driver Otto Mathé and Wolfgang Graf Berghe von Trips who still inspire us today with their passion. Small racing cars, world record cars as well as sports and racing cars from the early post-war German period testify to the creativity and skills of the designers.
Discover episodes from the history of the Porsche brand: From the development of the Volkswagen by the Porsche design office to the ancestor of all Porsche sports cars, the Porsche Type 64, to early Porsche 356 models and racing cars of the 1950s and 1960s. And modern Formula 1 as well as long-distance racing cars prove that current motorsport is continuing to make automotive history.