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City Hunter: Porsche 911 History in Pictures
March 7, 2012 14:36

At the end of February an exhibition dedicated to the history of Porsche 911 was opened at GUM in Moscow. The event marks the release of the new model.
We would like to present you the photographs from the exhibition, so that you can learn about the car's long and interesting history.
The models are arranged in a chronological order, from earliest (1960-s) to latest models (2012).

Historical Reference
The history of this car began with the Porsche 911 Original that was first introduced in 1963 and made its debut at the Frankfurt Auto Show. It was initially called the Porsche 901, but the Peugeot company had exclusive rights of three number names with a 0 in the middle. That is why Porsche decided to change the name of the 901 to the 911.
It was created by Ferdinand Alexander Porsche, and still is the most recognizable design of the Porsche company in the world. This model is produced with 6-cylinder opposite engine.
The later development is connected with the next G-model, which production lasted for another 15 years. In the late 60's Porsche dominated the international motorsports, becoming the most famous sports car brand.








































The exhibition will run until April 5.
Address: 3, Red Square. 

Natalia Semicheva.

All photos are made by the author
© Natalia Semicheva, 2012.

Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: City Hunter Exhibitions in Moscow Cars Russian tourism Russian exhibitions 

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