Few auto companies have had a bigger impact, both in technology and culture, than Porsche. The Porsche Effect is a new exhibit at LA's Petersen Automotive Museum that celebrates this legacy, via 50 of the most notable Porsches of all time. Highlights include one of just three 1939 Type 64 60K10s built — widely considered to be the start of their signature aesthetic — Steve McQueen's black 356 Speedster, an Arova-Porsche 212 Skibob from the early '70s, and the modern gas-hybrid 918, all accompanied by various artifacts and documents. The exhibit opens this weekend and will be on display through next January 29.
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