The AUSTRO-DAIMLER ADM II car from 1924 is currently on display in the Ferdinand Porsche Birthplace exhibition.
This open faeton, with its name, refers not only to the light four-door carriages of the same name pulled by horses. It takes us back to Greek mythology, because Faethon was the son of the sun god Helium. After pulling down the roof of the Austro-Daimler ADM II faeton, passengers could really enjoy the sun’s rays and the wind in their hair – up to a maximum achievable speed of 100 km / h.
The exhibit was lent by the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart.
The car will be on display at Ferdinand Porsche’s Birthplace until March 26, 2023.