Semper Vivus was reconstructed for an exhibition

Posted on Wednesday, 27 April 2011 , 18:04:25 byIulia

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Semper Vivus was reconstructed for an exhibition

The "Semper Vivus" was reconstructed for the Stuttgart museum as the first workable full-hybrid car in the world and was presented during an exhibition called "Ferdinand Porsche - Pioneer of the Hybrid Drive". In only two weeks you will have the honor of seeing the remarkable creations of Ferdinand Porsche.
The Cayenne and the Porsche Hybrid Bike will also be presented and the last one will offer more information about the hybrid technology of the manufacturer. A wheel hub and a DeDion-Bouton motor will be the attractions and will prove the technological achievements with more than 100 years back.
The people present will have the unique opportunity to drive for themselves the "Semper Vivus" as the people in charge of the museum thought about giving the fans a little treat and also from the Porsche engineers they can get all the information about the history and technology.
The timetable of the Porsche Museum is from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM opened from Tuesday to Sunday and the entrance is between $8 and 4$ in case of the people that have a discount.