This October the Paris Motor Show is back for another season, and as always the Porsche stand is exhibiting a beautiful display of models from the range.
Porsche Centre Chester hosted 24 guests on a complimentary trip to Paris for them to enjoy the motor show with likeminded people. Split across two days, three team members from Porsche Centre Chester hosted and accompanied their guests for what was a fantastic trip. Guests were gifted Porsche hospitality tickets which gave them VIP access to the Porsche stand, which included a range of complimentary drinks and refreshments.
The new Macan was unveiled on the Porsche stand for the first time since its official announcement this week. Also on the stand was the striking Porsche 911 Speedster Concept car. In celebration of ’70 years of Porsche’, Porsche have created this anniversary car in homage to the first Porsche they produced; the 1948 Porsche 356 ‘No 1’ Roadster. Porsche have also confirmed that they will be producing 1,948 of these limited edition Porsche 911 Speedsters to mark this special year.
After each day at the event, our group was taken out by the Porsche Centre Chester hosts for a complimentary evening meal in Paris. Both groups of guests, across the two days, were a fantastic crowd and we hope they enjoyed the trip as much as we did.
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