On Thursday 24 November 2016, Porsche Centre Mayfair was delighted to support the annual Mount Street Christmas lights switch on event.
Mount Street in Mayfair welcomed celebrity guests Fred Sirieix and Sir Antony Gormley to switch on the 2016 Christmas lights. Female duo Verity & Violet took to the stage and warmed up the crowd with some classic festive songs before Peter Wetherell, Chairman of the Mount Street Association, introduced the special guests.
The event was celebrated in style with live music, carols and festive drinks. Porsche Centre Mayfair supported the event with a 718 Boxster display in front of this year’s 17.5 metre tall Christmas tree.
Since its release, the 718 Boxster has been receiving positive press coverage with Auto Express stating the 718 Boxster “responds instantly, and there’s so much front-end grip that you can place the car with laser-guided accuracy. The sparkling handling, tweaked bodyshape and upgraded interior of the 718 Boxster make it one of the most desirable roadsters money can buy."
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