On Wednesday 14 June, Porsche Centre Mayfair held a showcase of the new Panamera at the Residents' Society of Mayfair & St James’s (RSMSJ) Summer Garden Party.
Held in the heart of London’s most prestigious neighbourhood, the Mount Street Garden Part is an exclusive summer event and featured a host of attractions including drinks, canapés, a barbecue, live music, a casino, entertainment, a raffle, magician, a silhouettist, a photography competition and selfie mirrors.
Greg Hardy-Smith, Centre Principal of Porsche Centre Mayfair commented: “This is a fantastic summer event right on our doorstep. It was a great opportunity to meet residents and people who work in the local community, whilst also showcasing our Centre and the new Panamera.”
Since the launch at the end of last year, the new Panamera has received an overwhelmingly positive reaction. "Quantifiably better in almost every way" neatly summarises the verdict from Auto Express, who not only delight in the "significantly improved refinement and comfort" but also laud the "more accomplished, composed ride".
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