FuFu Life in Frankfurt - Chapter Ten
12th November 2009 | Porsche Museum Stuttgart
After the visit at Mercedes-Benz, Stuttgart field trip was started.
And group of the students were brought to the former military site.
It's now transformed to a successful sustainable residential area.
The gardens are always facing to the west. Why?
Because German like to enjoy the evening at the garden with family.
Some of the different housing layout in the neighbourhood.
Another new way of camwhoring.
FuFu with the course tutor, she is majoring in Architecture.
Then a visit at a House Museum in the newly built neighbourhood.
The view of part of Stuttgart seen from the museum.
Stopped by an Architecture Gallery.
Yay, the field trip had ended. Heading to Porsche Museum!
Stuttgart is also famous for its wine and vineyard.
The last stop of the day was Porsche Museum.
Porsche museum is located at a busy street in Stuttgart. Cool.
Walking towards Porsche Museum from the parking lot.
Porsche is an internationally brand that should be in the dictionary under style and speed for racing car. Celebrating the marque's history and heritage, the Porsche had overspent some 100 million Euro and more than three years to renovate this futuristic building – the Porsche Museum, in Stuttgart opened its door to a spanking new museum on the 31st of Jan 2009, after the gorgeous Mercedes-Benz Museum.
An amazing 5600 square meters of floor space, the museum was wrapped in stunning architecture and housing more than 80 stunning Porsche's collection starting from the first 356 to the latest Panamera. The museum of this unique sports car company is rich in tradition, presenting the fascinating thrill and diversity of the Porsche brand through 77 years of Porsche history. It's a work of art. The museum also houses restaurant, bistro, souvenir shop and an event area.
A Porsche car is sitting in front of the museum welcoming visitors.
Porsche... when can FuFu own one? It's absolutely porshhhh!
It's Porsche 911 Carrera Turbo.
LOL. Girls can be gone insane when they see gorgeous car too.
The mirror roof is amazing! FuFu and his dream Porsche car.
The Porsche Museum presents an orgy of speedy vehicles, 80 cars on display on three levels. Starting from the bare burnished aluminum chassis of the Type 64 - one direction examines the pre-1948 history of Ferdinand Porsche. There are a few exhibits on design and engineering with films and cutaway models, but most of the museum is devoted to light-weight aerodynamic agile and sports cars legends. Porsche has focused almost entirely on sports cars, with only a brief excursion into Formula One. Unlike Mercedes Museum where a visitor starts at the top and winds downward through history and car design, Porsche Museum rises upward through the levels and lesser cars.
It leads the visitor to the heaven of automobile.
Come on friends, let's get up to the heaven.
It's three floor high and long =p
Everyone was very excited to see Porsche cars.
Wow... the interior of the museum is freaking awesome. Gosh!
We all bought the Euro 4 student ticket but it's excluding audio guide (Mercedes Museum is free). Up the escalator to the beginning of the stunning museum. Esthetics first, i was stunned by the bold interior of the museum. It's really gorgeous. The cars on display were from the first masterpiece of Porsche to present day. Each display of the collection has the display name, date, model, also a written brief history and some with photographs with descriptions. Though we didn't have the audio guide, still we could enjoyed reading the description of every poshy Porsche car.
The visit of the museum was officially started here.
Everyone will be firstly greeted by the concept of Porsche car.
The bare burnished aluminum chassis of the Type 64 .
The whole process of the formation was real awesome!
The process of Porsche car making depicting by the cutaway models.
Wow... the first level was packed with vintage Porsche cars.
Weird but kinda cute. Don't you guys think so?
Porsche 911 Carrera RS.
Wow wow wow. Nice.
Love vintage car of Porsche 911 .
Red Porsche 911E with Fuchs wheels.
Porsche 911 # 46.
Another Porsche 911. Magnificently cool.
Porsche 911 Carrera RS.
Oh my God... this is super cute.
Amazing. Beautiful. Casual. Dainty. Elegant. Fancy. Gorgeous.
Red + the design = what a fierce racing car!
Wow... the wanna be Porsche racing car model.
Martini Porsche speedy racing car.
The aerodynamic downforce pins a Rothman's 956 upside down.
Gotta go upstairs explore the rest!
Noticed that Porsche cars are all designed for only two persons?
Porsche 959 Rally variant.
Porsche 911 GT1.
Niki Lauda's Porsche-powered McLaren.
Porsche 924 Carrera GTS. Very poshy =p
Porsche 909 Bergsyder. Amazing!
The series of Porsche 956.
See, the highest speed has been achieved so far is 387km/h.
White Porsche 956 is very suitable for the pure FuFu.
Porsche 956 Class #2.
Porsche 956 Class #21.
Porsche 956 Class #23.
Seriously FuFu thought of camping a night at Porsche Museum.
The Auto Trophy Porsche has been getting since it had established.
It's nice to be able to see all memorable trophies.
FuFu personally loves the elegant interior very much!
Porsche police car. FuFu was wrong. Not only Mercedes-Benz!
Wow... FuFu hearts this! Buy him this and he will hug you tight!
Wow... this can run pretty fast!
Ops, the sexy model from Iceland.
Porsche 956L 266.
Vrooom. Vrooom. Vroooooooom.
FuFu was sitting on a Porsche speedy car. The staff was not around!
The potential models for Porsche.
It's indeed not bright enough for the photographer. Bring the tripod!
The miniatures of Porsche are adorable.
So poshy and cute!
Police car? Why FuFu still haven't seen any Porsche police car?
Made by the recycled tins. A great one.
The presentation and layout was top notch.
However, it has only 80 cars. FuFu wanna see more!
Extremely lesser cars if compared to Mercedes-Benz museum.
Anyway FuFu still felt contented with those porshy cars.
The souvenir shop too very small compare to the Mercedes-Benz.
Porsche 956 - Pretoria Brick.
Too many nice stuff FuFu wanna bring back home.
The miniature of 911 GT3 RSR.
FuFu could only afford to get this back home.
FuFu had to leave his honey 911 Carrera Turbo at the museum.
Gonna kiss goodbye to his dream car Porsche 911.
Porsche Auto Showroom is located just across the street.
The exterior. Marvelous. Picture courtesy of Porsche Museum.
Hopped on the van and headed back to Frankfurt.
FuFu forgot to upload the pictures in Mercedes-Benz Showroom.
Anyway, Mercedes-Benz is really damn cheap in Germany.
Mercedes or Porsche? FuFu will decide after visiting BMW Museum.
So the two days one night field trip to Freiburg, Türbingen and Stuttgart was ended happily. It was our first field trip in Germany. Really glad to have the chance seeing the awarded German sustainable development projects. And also the nice experiences of the visit to two popular automobile museums - Mercedes-Benz Museum and Porsche Museum. We were all had a blast.