Porsche starts Panamera production and resumes factory tours

Porsche starts Panamera production and resumes factory tours

Porsche Panamera production

Porsche’s new Panamera has kicked off its production formally this week. To mark the occasion, Porsche has also announced that it will be offering buyers and enthusiasts alike the chance to see the Panamera without all of its sheet metal at a free, two-hour factory tour in Leipzig.

With the car officially launching in select European markets this September and North America this November, Porsche is proud of its newly upgraded Leipzig plant in Germany and keen to let future customers see the complete production process.

In order to accommodate the new model, Porsche reports that the Leipzig plant had to undergo a 22,000 square metre expansion that took around two years to complete. During that period, no factory tours were allowed for around eight months, but now the company will resume tours again to offer visitors a chance to get up close with the newest addition to the Porsche family.

Additionally, visitors will be able to book tours where they can also drive certain Porsche cars on the nearby racetrack or off-road facility themselves. Sounds like the perfect day out for wealthy Porsche enthusiasts.

Porsche Panamera production

Porsche’s new Panamera has kicked off its production formally this week. To mark the occasion, Porsche has also announced that it will be offering buyers and enthusiasts alike the chance to see the Panamera without all of its sheet metal at a free, two-hour factory tour in Leipzig.

With the car officially launching in select European markets this September and North America this November, Porsche is proud of its newly upgraded Leipzig plant in Germany and keen to let future customers see the complete production process.

In order to accommodate the new model, Porsche reports that the Leipzig plant had to undergo a 22,000 square metre expansion that took around two years to complete. During that period, no factory tours were allowed for around eight months, but now the company will resume tours again to offer visitors a chance to get up close with the newest addition to the Porsche family.

Additionally, visitors will be able to book tours where they can also drive certain Porsche cars on the nearby racetrack or off-road facility themselves. Sounds like the perfect day out for wealthy Porsche enthusiasts.

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