On Thursday 12 October, Porsche Centre Tonbridge was delighted to welcome over 100 guests to our Panamera Sport Turismo preview event.
Centre Principal Vince McGrory and Mark Bowkett of Porsche Cars Great Britain presented the new Panamera Sport Turismo, including the three new Turbo models.
Debuting a new body style, the first of its kind in the sports saloon segment, the new Panamera Sport Turismo strikes an unrivalled dynamic balance between career, family, leisure and driving pleasure. Its 4+1 seat concept, increased headroom and legroom and a large luggage compartment, combine with superior sportiness to offer excellent day-to-day usability and a design that sets new standards not just at Porsche.
Guests enjoyed a live piano performance with drinks and canapés served throughout the night, as well as being able to explore the Porsche model range and a rare 1989 911 964 in our workshop.
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If you were unable to join us on the night, we would be delighted to offer you the chance to experience the new Panamera Sport Turismo for yourself. Please email or call 01732 361222 to book a demonstration drive.
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