Prof. Ulrich Böhme, Werner Mebert
Ferdinand Porsche is amongst the most important automotive engineers in the history of automobiles. As the chief constructor of a leading car manufacturer, he developed numerous vehicle types, including winning racing cars and the Volkswagen, with which he made automobile history. Ferdinand Porsche’s Type 64 laid the foundation for the later success of the Porsche sports car manufacturer. The design of the 911, the most popular Porsche of all time, harks back to his son, Ferry Porsche.
Today, the world’s streets are unimaginable without Porsche. Millions of young and old drivers dream of going beyond speed limits as they race around in a Porsche.