Petersen Automotive Museum
Luftgekühlt and the Petersen Automotive Museum doing the Pfaffenhausen Speed Shop, part 1. A limited-time exhibition of RUF vehicles including the famous RUF Yellowbird and the RUF CTR.
If you're a Porsche lover and if you appreciate the special air that RUF has... honestly, just pay the premium for admission (museum admission + The Vault admission + RUF exhibit admission o_0 ) and soak it all in. Smell the fresh Michelin rubber on all the cars, admire the details such as the unique taillights, and... just enjoy.
While I had intended to focus on RUF as well as the Tesla Roadster 2.0 prototype, I couldn't resist a few other cars they'd rotated in and out since my last visit. McLaren M6GT and F1 LM-Spec weren't far from the Tesla, and the Faraday Future FFZero concept was literally next to it. The sleek Tesla Roadster 2.0's shape still holds up several years later, we'll see if it ever sees the light of day?
They funnel you from the top floor to the bottom floor, so might as well see the Ferrari Dino 206 GT prototype on the way out, as well as the Pininfarina Battista design model that seems even less likely (many orders of magnitude less likely!) than the Tesla Roadster 2.0 to see the light of day. And some American muscle in the lobby and right outside to top things off. Kind of wish they had the full-carbon-fiber-bodied Ford GT parked next to their collection of three (!) full-carbon-fiber-bodied McLarens so you could do a comparison... maybe someday!