One might think that the ZeitHaus (“Time House”), VW’s stunning museum in Wolfsburg, would only house classic Volkswagens – but there’s so much more. VW’s brand heritage runs deep, and the museum includes some of the most iconic designs in history, with respect to both vehicles and engines.
The core beauty of the ZeitHaus is breathtaking, serving as an auto enthusiast’s mecca – especially for those into european vehicles. Check out some of the highlights in the TFLcar video below:
The magnificent Bugatti T57 Atlantic pictured above is a prime example of the aforementioned. Selling for tens of millions of dollars, this particular vehicle stands as one of the most expensive vehicles ever to be sold.
Other ZeitHaus highlights include a section devoted entirely to two-cylinder works (the Trabant comes to mind), a single-cylinder Porsche Model 108 Junior Tractor and, on the other end of the spectrum, a current-generation Bugatti Veyron.
Influential hallmarks such as the Lamborghini Miura, DeLorean DMC-12, and Audi Quattro also stand on display, as do several examples from the motorcycle world.
TFLcar’s visit to the ZeitHaus was a planned stop along the “Prague to Pebble” Tatra’s long route. If you haven’t already, check out the first part of the journey, leading Roman into the heart of the Czech Republic and eventually on to Germany.