Various automakers have been releasing a set of initiatives to keep their customers entertained during the quarantine. With a large loyal fanbase across the world, Porsche has released a set of coloring pages to keep you entertained.
Porsche’s coloring pages are actually part of a larger initiative called Porsche 4Kids. Of course, the activities aren’t limited to kids so don’t be shy and join in the fun as you immerse yourself in the world of Porsche.
Porsche 4Kids feature coloring pages, craft ideas with instructions, “Find the word” and memory games, puzzles, search-and-find pictures and much more. While playing, experiencing, and discovering, children are supported by Tom Targa and Tina Turbo—Porsche’s lovable mascots.
Children 12 years and older can take part in the Porsche Museum e-mobility challenge. On this discovery tour, they can learn about electric mobility—like how an electric motor works, where electrical energy is stored, and if electricity only comes from a socket.
“We want to give children access to the mobility of today and tomorrow, as well as to socially relevant topics such as sustainability and safety in road traffic. We want to motivate the kids to explore, discover, laugh, and have fun,” said Oliver Eidam, head of Brand Partnership and Sponsoring at Porsche AG.
In the “Socialize” section at the Porsche 4Kids site, visitors can take a virtual tour of the Porsche museum—a development that means some of the brand’s learning programs and brand history information previously available on exhibition tours only are now accessible to all guests online.
With the Kids Driving School magazine, parents can practice proper road traffic behavior with their children. Tom Targa and Tina Turbo take a playful approach to explain traffic rules, the most important road signs, and the ideal bicycle equipment. Children can also take an exam at the magazine.