German automotive giant Porsche has unveiled a striking sculpture realized by British artist and designer Gerry Judah that stands outside the Porsche Museum at Zuffenhausen in Stuttgart, Germany, to celebrate the 911. It was here in 1963 that the first 911 rolled off the assembly line. Taking inspiration from this heritage, Gerry Judah has created a sculpture that consists of three pillars up to the height of 24 m, each crowned with a Porsche 911 mounted at the top. The vehicles hail from different 911 generations as a tribute to the history of the classic.

Other giant sculptures designed by the artist include an arching steel structure featuring two Mercedes Benz racing cars, and the curved structure realized for Mazda at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed.

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images by David Barbour and Porsche