Porsche Gives Shmee Special Access To Where It Keeps The Rarest Cars

Even the impressive Porsche Museum is not large enough to house all of the important vehicles, concepts and racing cars in the company’s collection. In Shmee150’s latest video, he can tour the warehouse that stores the overflow, and it’s a wonderland for any fan of the German brand.

Shmee150 starts off by visiting the museum where Porsche exhibits some of its most remarkable creations that you probably know. There is a plethora of racing cars ranging from the recent 919 Hybrid to the late 1940s Cisitalia 360 grand prix racer. Some quirks are also on display, like the technical prototype of the 918 Spyder which only has the panels. most needed bodywork.

The real magic begins when Shmee150 enters the warehouse. There, the company lines up rare vehicles from nose to tail and, in some places, piles them to the ceiling. Whether you like Porsche road machines, prototypes or race cars, there is something cool to see here. The millionth 911 is found alongside rarities like the recent Speedster. All the GT models of the 991 generation line up together.

One of the most historically significant vehicles is the final naturally aspirated 911 Carrera. Specifically, it is a Targa GTS in crimson red with a manual gearbox.

Another surprise is to see the prototype of Porsche for a Cayenne convertible. It is a two-door with a soft top and a heavily modified C-pillar. Although not beautiful, the vehicle is undoubtedly interesting. Judging from other convertible crossovers, the shirtless Cayenne would likely have been a market failure.

There are so many amazing Porsches that if you’re like us, you’ll find yourself begging Shmee150 to slow down and check out more vehicles. He pays a lot of attention to the many 959 and 918 Spyders, but has to go through a 928 and a 914 which seem to have a fascinating history.

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