During 4-7 May, Porsche Centre West London was delighted to exhibit at the London Motor Show with the latest model range including the Cayenne, 718 Boxster, a Porsche Exclusive 911 Turbo S and, what proved to be a very popular attraction over the weekend, the new Panamera 4S. A Porsche Driver’s Selection pop-up shop, with a huge supply of accessories and merchandise, was also available for visitors to peruse.
Hosted at Battersea Evolution, the London Motor Show has grown in stature since its debut last year and the presence of big name manufacturers and dealers made the event a must-visit for the UK motor enthusiast. In addition to the vast number of classic and new models on display, there was a host of additional attractions including motoring legends, celebrity appearances, virtual reality experiences, racing simulators and much more.
Alec Mumford, Chairman of The London Motor Show, said: “We were delighted to have Porsche Centre West London at The London Motor Show. Another big-name manufacturer presence at the event further added to a superb spectacle on offer for show-goers. The latest Porsche cars and merchandise on display at the show was a massive crowd-pleaser to visitors across the weekend.”
Simon Gardiner, Marketing Manager of Porsche Centre West London, said: “The London Motor Show was a great success and showcased the very latest Porsche cars and merchandise to visitors. The event is ideally situated near to Porsche Centre West London and it was fantastic to use this show to meet all our loyal customers and many Porsche fans across the weekend.”
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