Porsche Centre Leeds is pleased to announce the opening of their new Porsche Life Pop Up Experience. From the 20 November until the 18 December, Porsche Centre Leeds are hosting a pop up experience on the south entrance of the popular McArthur Glenn Designer Outlet in York.
The store is a celebration of all things Porsche with a number of activities in side including a virtual reality ‘Draw and Drive’ alongside ‘The sound of Porsche’ which allows you to immerse yourself in the history of Porsche and the brand.
We also have a full team available, including two sales team members, who are on hand to answer any queries you may have, book demonstration drives and take you on a tour of the various models we have on display. These models include the new Cayenne Coupé, 911 (Type 992) and a Macan Turbo.
The pop up shop is open seven days a week and is a must for all Porsche customers and fans alike.
For more information on how to find us please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we provide further details.
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