Anna-Lena Friedsam on a virtual tour of the Porsche Museum
One of the many highlights that the world’s players look forward to during the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix is the traditional visit to the Porsche Museum.
Though the museum is currently closed due to the pandemic, Anna-Lena Friedsam did not want to miss out on the trip – and went on a virtual tour around the museum. Starting off with the very first Porsche built in 1898 to the first roadster going by the name of Porsche, with which Ferry Porsche turned his idea of a modern sports car into reality in 1948 and the 911 style icon, she encountered the milestones of Porsche company history and a tangible piece of automotive history. Which is her favourite Porsche? “Of course, an electrically driven one like the Taycan” said the Porsche Team Germany player, “for electric cars are the future.”
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