Porsche reveals new 911 sculpture which will be installed at its headquarters

Article by Christian A., on November 18, 2014

Porsche celebrated its 50th anniversary with a special sculpture at the 2013 Goodwood Festival of Speed. Now, a new sculpture inspired by the one unveiled back in 2013 will be seen on Porscheplatz. According to the German company, the new sculpture will sit at the roundabout in the centre of the intersection controlled by traffic lights on Porscheplatz, at its headquarters in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen.

Porsche aims to achieve a visual link with the Porsche Museum and create a scenic impression. With a height of 24 meters and about 10 meters around its base, the sculpture includes three steles, each of them having a Porsche 911 perched on its top.

As expected, the vehicles are various model years of the Porsche 911. The German manufacturer is planning to perform work on its new sculpture outside peak traffic times and during the summer holidays in 2015.

Currently, Porsche is working with the City of Stuttgart in order to provide general preconditions relating to planning law. Porsche is planning to inaugurate its new sculpture next autumn. [source: Porsche]

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