Back in December, we hosted some of our loyal customers on a trip to Stuttgart, Germany, to see the famous Porsche factory and Porsche Museum, as well as sample some of the local delicacies at the Stuttgart Christmas market.
Our customers were treated to a tour of the Porsche factory, where they got to see both 718 and 911 (992) production lines, followed by a visit to the Porsche Museum to see some incredibly special Porsche models including the classic Le Mans racer 917-20 'Pink Pig' and the Mission E concept car.
In the evening, our customers were able to explore the world renowned Stuttgart Christmas market, which dates back to the seventeeth century, where they indulged in traditional delicacies including Frankfurter sausages, mulled wine and hot chocolate.
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