On Tuesday 19 March, Porsche Centre Tonbridge hosted an exclusive preview event of the new Porsche 911. The team were joined by over 200 guests on the evening.
On Tuesday 19 March Porsche Centre Tonbridge was honoured to host an exclusive preview event of the new Porsche 911 (992). We were joined by over 200 guests on the evening.
Dan Cooper, Manager, Customer Strategy and Market Insight from Porsche Cars Great Britain and Russ Dacre, Managing Director of the Lind Automotive Group, presented the new 911 Carrera S and 911 Carrera 4S models to guests with a story from Russ about his childhood memories spent in their 911 models throughout the years.
Although our Centre is currently going through a major redevelopment and has limited space, the event was a fantastic success. Guests enjoyed a live music performance with drinks and canapés throughout the evening and explored a stunning display of vehicles. Both new Porsche models and 911 derivatives from across the decades were on display, many kindly donated for the evening by customers of Porsche Centre Tonbridge.
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