Any fan of Porsche should be able to run naked through this warehouse just once!
Serving as the holding area for all the vehicles being displayed at the Porsche Museum, the Porsche warehouse in Stuttgard, Germany is like a museum in and of itself.
This facility houses more than just Porsches. It also keeps vehicles bearing other brands, like the Audi RS2 Avant, several Seats and Ladas, and even a concept family car from China.
In the first installment of "Porsche Secrets," we get to see a small portion of what Porsche has saved over the years, with more than 500 other cars being stored in another secret facility. One such car is the very first 911 Turbo, which belonged to Louise Porsche Pieche, the daughter of Ferdinand Porsche.
In part two of the video, Porsche will provide details about some special cars, such as the 996 Bulletproof, 906 Ollon-Villars Hill Climb, FLA Concept Study, 924 World Record Car, 928 Convertible Prototype, 908 Targa Florio and the 984 Porsche Junior. But for now, you can check out part one of "Porsche Secrets" in the video above. Look out for part 2 in the coming weeks.