Staying with the family at home? We got you covered!

Staying with the family at home? We have you covered!

Get caught up with the youngsters in fun games or creative arts and craft work with Porsche mascots Tom Targa and Tina Turbo at Porsche4Kids.com.

Experience a virtual tour through the Porsche Museum, discover the fun side of road safety education with the kids and let them create their own Tom and Tina cartoons.

There are plenty of things to explore. Girls and boys can choose their favourite activity from colouring pictures, a large number of craft activities as well as puzzles.

School children from year eight onwards can also explore the 'Electromobility' team spirit activity in comfort on their own screens at home. This team spirit activity allows girls and boys learn about a new mobility and drive concept which all began 100 years ago when Ferdinand Porsche built his first hybrid-electric car. Accompanied by a guide, children can find out about the fundamentals and history of electromobility from the first electric vehicle through to the Porsche Taycan.

Simply head to Porsche4Kids.com  and let the fun begin because #DreamsAreMadeAtHome

 

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