Since January, the Porsche Centre Silverstone has been undergoing a major refurbishment project which is now in its final phase.
As well as enhancing the aesthetic appeal of the centre, the renovation also includes the installation of state-of-the-art workshop and customer facilities. The new showroom will include a ten-space display for all brand new Porsches, and a 26-space mezzanine floor for approved, used models. The customer waiting area will be fitted with a fully seated, barista-style coffee bar which will offer a variety of refreshments.
As well as adding new equipment, the workshop refurbishment will give the Porsche Technicians 14 brand new two-post ramps, two direct dialogue bays, one MOT bay and one wheel alignment bay.
The refurbishment is expected to be completed in early 2020 and the opening of the new Porsche Centre Silverstone will be announced over the coming weeks. Please contact a member of our team on 01327 355 911 or firstname.lastname@example.org for any further information regarding the refurbishment works or any enquiries on our model range.
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