Posted by: porschebahn | April 29, 2010

Volume Five of “Ferdinand Porsche – the Pioneer of Hybrid Drive“

Now available at the Porsche Museum Shop

Stuttgart. Marking the three world premieres of the Cayenne S Hybrid, the GT3 R Hybrid racing car with electrical front-axle drive and flywheel mass power storage, as well as the 918 Spyder concept car with plug-in hybrid technology, the in-house Publishing Division of the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart is proud to announce the publication of the new volume of ”Ferdinand Porsche – the Pioneer of Hybrid Drive“. On 160 pages a wide range of – in some cases previously unpublished – photos of young Ferdinand Porsche as well as drawings from Porsche’s Corporate Archives offer the reader a new insight into the beginning and development of the first fully-functional full hybrid, the ”Semper Vivus“, as it was called. Designing and building this unprecedented car, Ferdinand Porsche as a true visionary entered new technical terrain no less than 110 years ago. At the time the “Semper Vivus“ paved the way for a Porsche strategy still valid to this very day: the strategy to offer sporting driving pleasure on even less fuel.

The new, fifth volume in the Edition Porsche Museum series is available in English and German at a price of Euro 14,90 Euro in the Porsche Museum Shop in the lobby of the Museum (no admission fee required). For further information on the Porsche Museum, please visit the internet at www.porsche.com/museum.


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