On Tuesday 30 January Porsche Centre Newcastle hosted a Coastal Drive Experience for customers of the Centre. On the day, guests had the choice to drive any model from the Porsche model range, including the latest addition - the Panamera Sport Turismo.
Upon leaving Porsche Centre Newcastle, the fleet of Porsche cars headed along the stunning Northumberland coast towards Bamburgh Castle where guests enjoyed the coastal views whilst exploring one of the largest inhabited castles in the country.
After the drive, guests had the oppportunity to unwind at the Ocean Club in Seahouses, where we were joined by a Porsche Driving Consultant who offered professional driving tuition to any guests who wished to participate.
Scott Stevenson, Centre Principal at Porsche Centre Newcastle commented: 'The day was a great success enjoyed by all who attended. We look forward to hosting more events like this in the future.'
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