It's the power and the passion. It's the pride of owning a Porsche. That's what drew over 250 enthusiasts to Porsche Centre Sheffield for an evening of evolution at the start of December.
Attendees were in the front seat for the launch of the new Porsche 911, with an all-new biturbo engine, updated Porsche touchscreen infotainment system and adaptive cruise control.
Guests were not only treated to exclusive tours of the 911 Carrera (Coupé and Cabriolet), 911 Carrera S and 919 Hybrid but were also able to test their performance car knowledge with a Porsche-themed quiz with Porsche prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place.
The celebration of the new 911 was complimented by a selection of canapés, from Korean BBQ lamb to beetroot macaroons and Christmas pudding pavlovas with sparkling berries, served with chilled prosecco.
The whole team from Porsche Centre Sheffield were on hand to introduce guests to the entire Porsche range as well as the new 911 and various classics.
James Bridge, Centre Principal at Porsche Centre Sheffield, said: "It was a fantastic evening enjoyed by all. The 911 is such an iconic sports car and it was great to see the team and guests sharing their enthusiasm and passion for the brand.”
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