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The sound of Porsches new and old will ring through the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart as it holds its first digital sound night on 19 September 2021.

06 Apr 2021 | International News : Germany

After a two-year break, it is back - louder and broader than before. On Sunday, 19 September 2021, at 1:00am Singapore time, the Porsche Museum will start the engines of various racing and series vehicles from Porsche's collection that have written or will write history in the future on the world's race tracks.

For the announcement of the first digital sound night 'Next Level', the Porsche Museum got the support of the former and active racing drivers and brand ambassadors Walter Rohrl, Hans-Joachim Stuck, Timo Bernhard and Pascal Wehrlein. Initially, Stuck, Bernhard and Wehrlein used the various Porsche social media channels to create three clips for confusion on behalf of the museum makers. Walter Rohrl finally solved the riddle.

All four brand ambassadors will also be an active part of the event. The four-wheeled sound artists will not only start from the Porsche Museum, but also present themselves in the development centre in Weissach, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, like other high-profile sponsors.

This year's 'Next Level' Sound Night will be aired in three languages for the first time, and 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 and will be available at this link.

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