It was an offer no serious motoring enthusiast could refuse - an afternoon in elegant and tranquil surroundings in the company of some of the finest cars ever produced by the masters of German engineering.
That was the attraction at a luxurious afternoon tea organised by the Porsche Centre Aberdeen at Culloden House in Inverness.
A luxurious hotel standing in nearly 40 acres of woodland and private gardens, it was a perfect backdrop for the Porsche Centre's famous Mobile Event Unit, a showroom in miniature, with all the expected Porsche special touches.
More than 70 guests were entertained by the entire Porsche sales team, and introduced to the entire range, including Boxster, Cayman, 911, Panamera and Cayenne as they enjoyed the peace and majesty of the Culloden House grounds and the delicious afternoon tea.
The event also raised over £700 for local independent charity CLAN Cancer Support, which helps people all across the north of Scotland.
Roddy McAllister, General Sales Manager at Porsche Centre Aberdeen, said: "It was a great afternoon which helped a local good cause. A big thank you to all who attended."
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