Porsche's Experience Center to be shifted in LA
|   Friday, May 25, 2012
Porsche is about to shift its West Coast Experience Center to LA near the international Airport. It is said that Porsche is ready to bear all types of costs for the success of this project.

When the project will be completed, the tracks will be tested for various surfaces in order to see what kind of issues might be confronted by the racers on the icy, snowy and wet road tracks. Other than this, the place will also serve the HPC of Porsche. It is a fitness center that works for the training of the drivers who drive the racing cars.


Another thing that will be shifted to the West Coast Experience Center of Porsche is the PMNA located in SA, California. This institution is owned by Porsche and it provides spare parts, induce sales and provide other services to the customer sports program of Porsche in the Northern America.

This decision of Porsche is certainly a good one as it will be specially meant for manufacturing such vehicles that are fast and are durable too. PMNA has been able to access the track which will be enabling it to deal with the clients in an effective way. The visiting centers also get to know what kind of motorsport processes Porsche is into.

President of Porsche Motorsport North America named Jens Walther says that this step will lead to all the operations to another level. With that space, we will have ample space through which we will be able to expand our processes starting from powertrain, transmission, supplying the spare parts and other preparations related to the race. In this way, we will be able to provide the best of our services to all the people who own the classy Porsche racing cars throughout the country.

It has been revealed that one of the 4 experience centers of Porsche will begin to operate this summer and it is expected that the project will be completed till the end of the year 2013.

Fifty three acre land will be there for the use. President and Chief Executive Officer of the PCNA Detlev Von Platen said that this will not only be a way to create a profitable business but it will also be figurative.

Other than providing an environment that will be modern, all the motorsport operations will be carried out in such a way that the performance of the sports cars as well as the people driving them will be boosted. Porsche's Experience Center will certainly lift up the brand that has always provided such racing cars that differentiated and will make it more popular among the savvy sports car lovers.

If you are of the view that the Experience Centre of Porsche has just being designed to be used as a driving track, then you are wrong. It has been designed as a place that can entertain families as it features cafes, gift shops and other stuff. Moreover, it also features dinning in facility for the executive class people.
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