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The Savoy Automobile Museum in Carterville, Georgia, is excited to present its newest automobile display, “Streamlined Elegance – The Tatra Tale.” The Lane Motor Museum in Nashville, Tennessee, will host this enthralling exhibition beginning on Tuesday, August 29, 2023, and will remain there through Sunday, January 7, 2024. The exhibition explores Tatra’s extensive past as a renowned Czech car company with roots dating back to 1850.
The Tatra firm built its first car in 1897 and is located close to the scenic Tatra Mountains in the center of Czechoslovakia. The business was protected from the effects of other automakers by its unique geographic position, opening the door for an original and unrestricted creative path. Tatra attained incredible heights in aerodynamic design and engineering under the direction of the forward-thinking chief engineer Hans Ledwinka, defining standards that would significantly influence famous cars like the Volkswagen Beetle and Porsche.
The Savoy extends an invitation to a special evening event called “Tatra Evolution” to accompany this outstanding show. This event will take place on Friday, September 29, 2023, from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and will feature an engaging discussion hosted by Derek E. Moore, the Lane Motor Museum’s curator of collections. By tracing the Tatra company’s design development across time and providing insights into the vehicles exhibited in the “Streamlined Elegance – The Tatra Tale” display, Moore will illuminate the Tatra company’s intriguing history. Visitors can explore the many exhibits while participating in the informative program thanks to the museum’s extended hours from September 29 until 9:00 p.m. The program’s admission is included in the standard museum entry charge.
The Savoy Automobile Museum is open to visitors from Tuesday through Sunday between 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. for those who want to immerse themselves in this motor experience fully. Museum members are admitted free of charge, and general admission tickets are easily obtained online or at the door. The museum is at 3 Savoy Lane in Cartersville, Georgia, a thriving metropolis.