Last month we touched down in Frankfurt with a selection of our customers to visit the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show. This was the first time we would see the new Porsche Taycan in the flesh, and we were not disappointed!
The multi-story Porsche stand proved a huge success, with the much anticipated Taycan models drawing the crowds. Alongside these, a number of other models were on display for guests to explore, including the new 718 Cayman GT4 and 718 Boxster Spyder, the Macan Turbo and the Cayenne Coupé.
The stand also featured a seminar-style auditorium to host a range of presentations on the Taycan and a luxurious Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur specification suite where guests could view the range of personalisation options. The Porsche Hospitality area, including a restaurant and viewing terrace, was the perfect pit stop for refreshments.
Please contact us on 0121 378 5800 for more information, or to discuss securing a build slot for a new Porsche Taycan.
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