In the first edition of Porsche news update for 2019, we are delighted to showcase the Cayenne Coupé, a decisively sporty derivative to the latest generation of Cayenne.
You can also take a closer look at the new 911 Cabriolet, 718 T models and the much anticipated Taycan. Not to mention delving into Goodwood Festival of Speed 2019, Porsche Open House at Le Mans and Porsche Driver's Selection.Discover more
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The advertised price of all Porsche Approved Pre-Owned cars includes the cost of an optional Porsche Assistance and Porsche Approved Warranty insurance product. Cost included is for price indication only.Search our Pre-Owned stock
First registration: 1958
Originally supplied to Australia, this particular car was imported into the UK in 2009. This 356 has received a full nut and bolt restoration both mechanically and cosmetically to an in-and-out concourse condition. The body was restored by the renowned Roger Bray, a well-known name attached to the 356 scene. The engine was then rebuilt by Andy Page at Maxted Page. This matching numbers '356A' is painted colour to sample and is believed to be the only colour to sample 356 supplied to Australia. The car comes complete with the original service book an owners manual and a file detailing various parts of the cars history.
First registration: 06 December 1960
Mileage: 97,546 miles
This 356B Roadster is very similar to the Speedster however it is rarer and comes with more power from factory making for a very engaging car to drive. This particular 356 is Chassis number 88813 and Engine number 88076. It completed at the factory on the 6th of December 1960 after being ordered by Alex Willis to the Auto Empire Porsche importer in Seattle USA. The car was delivered to the customer on 5th April 1961 a resident of Seattle. The car comes with the Original Service book showing 11 stamps with notes on the back handwritten detailing further servicing from 30th June 1985 to 1st September 2012. The bodywork has had light cosmetic restoration but the interior is completely original
First registration: 1961
Designed and built by Porsche restoration legend Rod Emory this 356 is the true definition of the word Outlaw. The exterior is painted in Fish Silver Grey and is complemented with an impeccable Barber Pole Red Leather interior.
We understand the previous owner commissioned Rod Emory to build this car for him. This 1960 356B roadster was to be built to his specification back in 2009.
The car is truly unique and has been tastefully finished ready for the next owner to enjoy., We have a comprehensive history file available on the car which we can take you through during your appointment with us.
First registration: 17 July 2015
This C16 UK Supplied and Registered car was delivered to its first owner via Porsche GB in July 2015. Specified in Pure White the exterior is complimented by an Onyx Black Hide Leather interior. The interior has received further individual touches with the addition of yellow piping, contrast stitch and model designation in the headrests.The car was the supplied to its second owner who took the decision to upgrade a number of components from the Weissach Package. The work was completed by Porsche Cars Great Britain and included: Carbon roof, Carbon rear wing, Carbon front and rear diffuser, Carbon front winglets, Carbon exterior mirrors, 6-point harness in black, Weissach lightweight wheels in gloss black and Titanium wheel bolts.
Our Porsche-trained Technicians are currently restoring a Porsche 356 Pre A.
The car has not been started for over 10 years and, as a result, one of the barrels had ceased. We are now completely stripping and rebuilding the entire engine. This 550th 356 is also experiencing electrical problems with 66 years of natural oxidization causing resistance in the wiring loom.
Andrew Wexham, Classic Technician, said ‘’It’s a unique opportunity to work on such an early luxury sports car, one that was to set a standard for years to come. This beautiful piece of engineering was once owned by the legendary racing driving Betty Haig and I am looking forward to completing the restoration.’’
As a Porsche Classic Partner Centre, we carry out repairs and restorations of all classic Porsche models up to and including the 996 generation 911 and the 986 generation Boxster.
A classic Porsche is the pride and joy of its owner. As a Porsche Classic Partner, we ensure that work on such vehicles is carried out by Porsche Classic-trained Technicians. These Technicians receive additional training from Stuttgart to ensure they have the competency to restore Porsche Classic vehicles to their original condition.
Complementing the use of Porsche-trained Technicians is our use of Porsche Classic Genuine Parts. The production and supply of these parts is managed at a state-of-the art warehouse facility in Germany which houses over 52,000 items which are sent to Porsche Centres internationally.
We also offer manufacturer quality upgrades, such as the Porsche Classic satellite navigation system for classic models. This allows classic Porsche owners to benefit from the latest technology in a style to suit their car, safe in the knowledge that any modification is of unparalleled Porsche quality.
Please contact our Classic team for details on Porsche Classic Genuine Parts and to find out how we can help restore or maintain your classic Porsche.
To make your service costs more clear, and reduce the time your Porsche is in the workshop, our new service packages now include the scheduled maintenance tasks your Porsche needs to stay in optimal condition.Discover more
Your Porsche needs regular maintenance for optimum safety and performance. To help you manage the cost of this we have a transparent menu of pricing for scheduled service work and the cost and fitting of key replacement parts.
To keep you mobile and enable you to make effective use of the time whilst your car is being serviced we can collect and deliver your car or can offer you a courtesy car*. You may decide to wait at the Centre where you can use the free Wi-Fi and have refreshments or make use of a meeting room (if booked in advance).
*These services are subject to availability and meeting insurance criteria, so please contact our Service team to book and avoid any disappointment.Find out more
Porsche want to ensure you can continue enjoying your car even when things do not go to plan. Porsche can offer you a number of reassurance products to give you peace of mind that we will look after you and your Porsche if the unexpected happens.
The Porsche roadside assistance programme provides comprehensive cover in the unlikely event of a breakdown, anywhere in Europe. As part of the programme, a customer service team dedicated to Porsche customers is available all year round. They will ensure that the most appropriate kind of assistance is sent to help you, and will assist you with onward transport and accommodation, to meet your needs. If your car is recovered, they can arrange for you to have a courtesy car for up to two days from an approved list of premium manufacturers.Read more
All Porsche Centres can precision fit ‘N’ rated tyres and offer a wheel alignment and balancing service. Unique to Porsche, the ‘N’ rating is given to tyres that have been approved by Porsche engineers in Weissach. Porsche Centres guarantee this standard by only fitting ‘N’ rated tyres to Porsche vehicles.
Advances in tyre technology mean that tyre wear or even mixing different brands, patterns or ‘N’ numbers, even if from the same manufacturer, could result in an increase in road noise and significant changes in shock absorption, steering and smooth handling. Your Porsche Centre stocks a wide range of ‘N’ rated tyres for all Porsche models to maintain your car’s performance.Read more
Porsche Cars Great Britain Ltd recommends specialist independent repairers for body and paint services to its national network of Porsche Centres. The repairers must meet strict operating standards specified by Porsche Cars Great Britain Ltd. Porsche audit the Recommended Repairers annually and continuously monitors their compliance with the Porsche standard.
Please contact us to find your nearest Porsche Recommended Repairer.
A guiding principle of Porsche has always been to allow each customer the opportunity to create a highly personal car and the ultimate expression of this philosophy is Porsche Exclusive.
Porsche Exclusive provides customers with a unique, personalised vehicle that meets all of their special wishes - in terms of both styling and performance. The opportunities are endless against any Porsche model providing it is technically feasible and it doesn’t compromise quality.Find out more
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* Data determined in accordance with the measurement method required by law. Since September 01, 2018 all new cars are approved in accordance with the Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP), a more realistic test procedure to measure fuel consumption and CO₂ emissions. You can find more information on WLTP at www.porsche.com/wltp. From 01 January 2019, all fuel consumption figures are shown as determined in accordance with WLTP. CO₂ figures will be shown as NEDC-equivalent values, as CO₂ based taxation will continue to be based on an NEDC value (derived from WLTP) until 06 April 2020. Fuel economy and CO₂ emission figures are only intended as a means of comparing different types of vehicles tested under the same test cycle. New WLTP homologated vehicles are therefore not directly comparable with any vehicles tested under NEDC.
Values are provided for comparison only. To the extent that fuel consumption or CO₂ values are given as ranges, these do not relate to a single, individual car and do not constitute part of the offer. Extra features and accessories (attachments, tyre formats etc.) can change relevant vehicle parameters such as weight, rolling resistance and aerodynamics which may result in a change in fuel consumption and CO₂ values. Additionally, weather and traffic conditions, as well as individual driving styles, can all affect the actual fuel consumption, electricity consumption, and CO₂ emissions of a car.