It's the power and the passion. It's the pride of owning a Porsche. That's what drew more than 250 discerning drivers to Porsche Centre Aberdeen for an evening of cars and entertainment at the start of December.
The lucky attendees were in the front seat for the unveiling in the Granite City of the new Porsche 911, with an all-new biturbo engine line-up, updated Porsche touchscreen infotainment system and adaptive cruise control.
Guests were not only treated to exclusive tours of the 911 Carrera (Coupé and Cabriolet), 911 Carrera S and 919 Hybrid but were also able to test their performance car knowledge with a Porsche-themed quiz with Porsche prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place.
The celebration of everything that's excellent in Porsche engineering was accompanied by a selection of canapés, from black truffles to quails' eggs, with chilled prosecco and other fine wines.
The event also marked Porsche Centre Aberdeen's move to its current location in Wellington Road, where it now offers clients a 22-car showroom, a 10-bay workshop and an undercover area to showcase Approved Pre-Owned Porsches.
The entire Porsche Centre Aberdeen Sales Team were available to introduce guests to the entire Porsche range, including Boxster, Cayman, Panamera, Macan and Cayenne as well as the new 911.
A commemorative plaque was unveiled for the new Centre after key members of our management team, including Chris Craft, Managing Director of Porsche Cars Great Britain, spoke to the audience.
Tom Hall, Centre Principal at Porsche Centre Aberdeen, said: "It was a tremendous evening, with staff and guests alike sharing their enthusiasm about the special nature of Porsche, the pinnacle of precision engineering."
Peter Vardy, CEO, said: "The event was a great success and we look forward to celebrating the launch of many more fantastic cars at Porsche Centre Aberdeen in the future."
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