Last month, Porsche Centre Mid-Sussex showcased the Porsche range at the Brighton and Hove Motor Show, held at the Amex Football stadium in Brighton. After a ten year absence, the Motor Show returned to the city and received a triumphant turnout, with both major manufacturers and dealerships displaying more than 100 new cars, vans and bikes.
The event was opened by television personality Bradley Walsh and housed multiple exhibitors with a variety of activities on offer including a go-karting track, motorcycle zone, family zone and innovation zone. Unlike most motor shows, visitors also had the ability to take demonstration drives in some of the latest models available.
Centre Principal, Andrew Crabb commented: “We were delighted to take part in the Brighton and Hove Motor Show at the Amex Stadium. We enjoyed great weather all weekend and the response we received was fantastic. We look forward to returning next summer.”
Please contact a member of our team on 01444 242911 to find out more about our future events.
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