Three quarters of a century after the Porsche 356 'No. 1' Roadster received its operating license, Porsche fans and guests of the brand took to the streets of Zagreb to celebrate.
Porsche Centre Zagreb put on a colourful display
Next to the city's Croatian National Theatre, Porsche Centre Zagreb put on a colourful display of 911 models from across the generations. These included an iconic red Carrera from 1990, a metallic green example from 1995 and a metallic silver 911 Speedster, prompting a flurry of social media posts as passers-by paused to take pictures. The Porsche Centre also collaborated with Graffiti na Gradele, Croatia's international festival of graffiti, to put on a unique live art show that transformed the appearance of a Porsche Taycan.
The celebrations continued with a breathtaking performance in the Croatian National Theatre. Under the creative direction of Helena Janjušević and assistant Igor Barberić, the five-act dance show was beautifully choreographed to convey the story of the Porsche brand and the iconic looks of its sports cars. The party lasted long into the night, with a spectacular firework display in the skies above the theatre and a drone show unlike any previously seen in Croatia.