Porsche Centre South London was delighted to host its very first Supercar Sunday on 28 October 2018.
The weather started extremely wet, but this didn’t stop our customers bringing down their cherished Porsche cars along with other makes and models of supercars. On site to help with refreshments was Sal’s Café offering breakfast baps, while two members of the team were brewing tea and coffee to keep customers warm as they enjoyed the sight of some spectacular vehicles.
The visitors had the chance to not only enjoy the cars but also our stunning facilities, taking a full tour of our workshop and showroom.
“Despite the weather we appreciate the support from all our customers. We had so many amazing cars on display. I would like to personally thank my team for their hard work in making it a success. We look forward to the next event which will be announced shortly," commented Chris Butler, Centre Principal of Porsche Centre South London.
Please contact a member of the Porsche Centre South London team on 0208 269 6335 for more information on our upcoming events.
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