Porsche is in prime position for this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed which is taking place from Thursday 23 June to Sunday 26 June in the grounds of the Goodwood Estate in West Sussex.
This year’s theme ‘Full Throttle – The Endless Pursuit of Power’ celebrates some of the most spectacular drivers and moments from motorsport, past and present.
Porsche is determined to make its presence at this year’s festival better than ever. We will be debuting the recently announced 718 Cayman S and Cayenne Diesel Platinum Edition on our Porsche stand and guests will also have the opportunity to experience the off-road capabilities of the Porsche Cayenne at our dynamic Cayenne Experience.
In addition, motoring enthusiasts can also look forward to:
- The Moving Motor Show (on Thursday 23 June only), where visitors can explore all the latest Porsche models and, in many cases, experience them on a dedicated route through the grounds of the Goodwood Estate
- The Supercar Paddock which will feature the lightweight driver-focused 911 R alongside the new 580 hp 911 Turbo
- The First Glance display where we will demonstrate our newest product offerings never before seen on the Goodwood Hillclimb
- The infamous Formula 1 Paddock which will be paying homage to past and present motorsport icons including the 911 GT3 Cup car as well as the 919 Hybrid
The Porsche Café Le Mans will also be open to the public serving refreshments throughout each day.
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