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opening of the porsche Autostadt Pavilion

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The Porsche Autostadt Pavilion in Wolfsburg, Germany

On June 12, 2012, Porsche AG opened its new pavilion at Autostadt in Wolfsburg, Germany. The exhibition hall of Porsche features a shimmering curved roof structure, manufactured from matt stainless steel and was inspired by the silhouette of a Porsche vehicle.
The Autostadt a (German word meaning “Car City”) is a visitor attraction adjacent to the Volkswagen factory in Wolfsburg, Germany, with a prime focus on automobiles. It features a museum, pavilions for the principal automobile brands, a customer center where customers can pick up new cars and take a tour through the enormous factory, a guide to the evolution of roads, and cinema in a large sphere.
According to Matthias Muller, President and CEO of Porsche AG: “The building’s extraordinary design makes it one of a kind. It is also meaningful in symbolic and historical terms because it evokes the common roots that have bound Porsche and Volkswagen closely from the start and also bind our futures.”
The main pavilion of Autostadt opened in May 2000, and since its opening, Autostadt has modified and redesigned over 80% of its exhibitions and programs. The Porsche pavilion is a significant event in Autostadt’s development, since it is the first new construction on the site.
According to Otto Wachs, Managing Director of Autostadt: “As the leading global automotive destination and communication platform for the Volkswagen Group, we support the Group’s development and provide our guests with an insight into its brands and philosophy. The construction of the Porsche pavilion represents a new chapter in Autostadt’s history.
The structure’s innovative design is impressive, and took around 10 months to build. It was built with close cooperation from Porsche, Autostadt, and several contractors, namely, Henn (architecture), HG Merz (staging), and WES & Partner (landscaping).
The interior curves focuses the attention of the visitors to the exhibition: 26 1:3 scale vehicle models occupy the center stage of the pavilion, and introduces the development of the sports car brand to the visitors, starting with the first Porsche 356 built in 1948. Visitors can also try sitting in one of the current Porsche vehicles located at the end of this “fan space.” There are also thematic films, audio histories and media installations which provide additional information on the history and philosophy of this sports car brand.
A visit to the Autostadt is worthwhile because aside from the Porsche pavilion, there are also pavilions set up by other participating automobile manufacturers, namely, Volkswagen, Bentley, Skoda, Lamborghini, Audi, and SEAT. The visitor will surely be impressed at the exhibitions of these car manufacturers.

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