Take A Video Tour Of The Porsche Museum's Secret Prototypes And Concepts

Right now in Stuttgart, the Porsche Museum is running an exhibit that comes straight out of our wildest gearhead dreams. It's called Project: Top Secret! and it hauls a bunch of their old concept cars, prototypes and development mules out of the vault for the public to see.

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I want to go to there. But even though I can't right now, intrepid YouTuber DrGumoLunatic took some video inside the museum and was kind enough to share them with us. Let's take a look at Project: Top Secret!

First up we have a "rolling chassis" prototype of the Porsche 918 Spyder. It's what the 918 would look like if it was built in Doc Brown's garage instead of a factory owned by a major automaker. I bet it's fun to drive. Also, terrifying.

Here's some shots of the Porsche 989 concept car, a four-door sedan that could be considered an ancestor to the Panamera. Except not hideous, feel me?

Here's an aerodynamic test prototype for the 959. Weird to see such a legendary car in rough shape like this. Also, what's up with the graffiti?

Then there's the Martini-liveried Porsche 918 Spyder with the Weissach package, which was used for that record Nürburgring run. You've seen this car before. Great color combination.

There's a bunch more over at DrGumnoLunatic's YouTube channel. Go check them out!

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