One of the world's best-loved cars is the Porsche 911 Turbo. This mammoth of the auto industry has been around since the mid-1970s, and represents the pinnacle of German sports car making. Four decades on, it hasn't lost any of its bite.
Sleek and elegant, powerful and fast: the Museum Kunstpalast shows classic sports cars from the 1950s to the 1970s. Curator Barbara Til explains why they are part of the history of European design.
Bengt Holmgren caught the Volkswagen bug in the 1960s and has since gone on to collect some 70 classic cars. Some 25 years after opening his own VW museum, the Swede will auction off his prized collection.
Investigators have raided offices and homes of former and current managers at German carmaker Porsche. Prosecutors said the searches were carried out on suspicion of diesel emissions fraud.
The Ferdinand GT3 RS might look like a real Porsche 911, but it's actually a bike covered with the chassis of a sports car! It's the creation of Austrian artist Hannes Langeder - a man with a message.
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