The Royal Highland Show is an international showcase for specimens of the very highest pedigree, so it is only appropriate that centre of attention this year will be luxury cars of the most prestigious engineering lineage.
Alongside the cream of Scotland's agricultural quality, show visitors will enjoy a special treat at Ingliston this year - the full array of Porsche technical and design excellence, brought to the event by Porsche Centre Aberdeen.
The Royal Highland Show is the main event in the countryside calendar, with prize animals, the latest machinery and dramatic displays of show jumping, heavy horses, forging and farriery.
Porsche will be adding to the drama at the event on June 18 to 21 with an invitation to discerning drivers to visit the manufacturer’s Mobile Event Unit, where customers will have the opportunity to book a demonstration drive in any one of the amazing range, including Boxster, Cayman, 911, Panamera and Cayenne. The entire Porsche sales team will be on hand to introduce guests to the Porsche range as they enjoy their day out.
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