Porsche Classic is building a worldwide partner network to look even more extensively after historical models.
More than 70 per cent of all Porsche vehicles ever built are still on the road today all over the world: Porsche AG is expanding its international dealer and service network to around 100 Porsche Classic Partners for the optimal support and overhaul of classic cars.
An innovative concept takes care of modern classic and vintage cars
Porsche customers and potential customers can expect the complete range of services of Porsche Classic there. Among other things, this includes the supply of around 52,000 original spare parts, repair and maintenance work as well as complete and partial restorations. In doing so, Porsche has integrated the care and retention of value of modern classic and vintage cars in an innovative service concept, closely linking Porsche tradition and Porsche innovation.
The Porsche Centre in Vélizy, France, was the first certified Porsche Classic Partner worldwide. Succeeding it were the German centres in "5 Seen" near Munich, Hofheim and Berlin-Potsdam and as well as the Bangkok Porsche Centre in Thailand. More Porsche Classic Partners are coming into being in Japan, the U.S., South Africa, Australia, Colombia, Great Britain, Italy, the Netherlands and other countries.
Porsche Classic has developed a special training for employees
The Porsche Classic Partners locally provide competent contact persons who combine service and consultancy with know-how for customers owning historical Porsche vehicles. To this end, Porsche Classic has developed a special training concept for the employees, enabling Porsche to guarantee a uniformly high standard of quality at all classic car support points. In addition, the Porsche Classic Partners are setting up a separate area with classic exhibition vehicles, up-to-date spare parts as well as technical literature directly in the showroom of the Porsche Partner.