On 22 March Porsche Centre Teesside hosted a launch event to celebrate the unveiling of the new Porsche 911.
Guests were invited to our Centre to experience the reveal of the next generation of 911 - the 992.
Upon arrival, guests were treated to refreshments, and had the opportunity to look around the extensive collection of Porsche cars on display which also included the new Porsche Macan and the new Porsche Cayenne.
Jim Willows, Manager of Marketing and Communications from Porsche Cars Great Britain was guest speaker for the evening and gave a presentation about the new features and benefits of the 911 (992). After the presentations the cars were revealed; more powerful, faster and digital.
Porsche Centre Teesside Head of Business Ross Jameson said: “The evening was a huge success. Porsche CentreTeesside was delighted to have the opportunity to unveil the new 992 to our dedicated customers and friends of the business during a great evening of live entertainment and presentations. We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who came down to our launch evening and we look forward to future events here at Porsche Centre Teesside.”
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