Save the date: Saturday, 18 September 2021
Porsche Museum to hold its first digital Sound Night
When it came to announcing the first digital Sound Night “Next Level”, the Porsche Museum enlisted the support of current and former racing drivers and brand ambassadors Walter Röhrl, Hans-Joachim Stuck, Timo Bernhard and Pascal Wehrlein. Initial intrigue was created across Porsche's different social media channels when “Strietzel” Stuck, Timo Bernhard and Pascal Wehrlein shared three clips on behalf of the museum curators. Walter Röhrl finally revealed the solution to the puzzle.
All four brand ambassadors will also play an active role in the event. Like a number of other distinguished representatives, they will not just start the four-wheeled sound artists in the Porsche Museum, but will also present them in the Development Centre in Weissach, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. “When I heard that Porsche was holding another Sound Night, I naturally agreed immediately. The unique sound of many Porsche models inspires me,” explains Walter Röhrl, two-time Rally World Champion and development advisor for Porsche for more than 25 years. “I won’t be the only one who has the opportunity to drive a car in front of the cameras that has never been shown at a Sound Night before,” he announces. “There are other models among the numerous Porsche icons that will also be celebrating their premiere at the Sound Night.”
This year’s “Next Level” Sound Night will be aired in three languages for the first time: viewers will be able to enjoy the recollections of contemporary witnesses and high-profile figures from the automotive world in German, English and French. Further details on the broadcast will follow soon. All information is always available on the museum website at www.porsche.com/Museum.
Further information, film and photo material in the Porsche Newsroom: newsroom.porsche.com