After five Los Angeles events, and a rainy but successful show held in England in late July, Luftgekühlt is ready to take on the original home of Porsche in Germany. The still-curated show promises some new and exciting ingredients as they head to Eastern Munich to make this show happen. The venue is a ‘rapidly changing urban development’ in Munich called Werksviertel Mitte. Originally an industrial area, the neighborhood has been redeveloped for mixed use with newer office buildings, restaurants, and public space.
Luft organizers describe the vibe of the show as being ‘a gritty and artistic pop-up’, in part because of the venue. Already quite beautiful, the entire gamut of air-cooled Porsche history will be displayed among a series of indoor and outdoor spaces as a temporary container development plays the backdrop.
As per the norm for these events there will be a curated segment of rare and beautiful air-cooled Porsches mixed in with air-cooled cars brought to the show by the locals. If you’re in the area and you’d like to bring your car to the show, you can submit to the organizers for selection and curation
General public entry to the event is free and open, but car owners interested to display their air-cooled Porsches will need to submit details about their cars to the organizers for selection and curation from now until September 5th. Once you’re selected, you’ll be asked to purchase as 35 euro ticket via email. Spectators to this particular event will be allowed in free of charge.
For all event and ticket info, head to: https://luftgekuhlt.com/luftmuc, and to submit details of your car please go to the ticket option at https://luftmuc-by-luftgekuhlt.eventbrite.de and select “Zeig uns dein Auto.”
Will you be heading to Germany for Luft? There are probably a lot of cars over there that we’ve never seen before, so it might be worth the trip!