In addition to numerous introductory and advanced courses, the Porsche Sport Driving School is hosting the “Porsche Fan Day” for the first time, an event intended to focus on the history and philosophy of Porsche. “Porsche Classic Training” with historical sports cars is also new to the range of courses. The opening of the Porsche Driving Experience Center in Northern Finland represents another highlight. From January to the end of April, a variety of winter training courses will be offered on a lake covering 780 hectares near Ivalo, among them “Camp 4” and “Ice-Force”. The new 911 C4 and C4S models will be there to drive, vehicles which, thanks to all-wheel drive and special tires, pave the way for dynamic driving pleasure, especially on ice.
The program of the Porsche Travel Club is also full of variety. Alongside day and weekend trips to popular German destinations such as Lake Constance, the Swabian Alb, Rheingau or Rügen, exclusive trips to nearby destinations abroad are also offered. Provence and the Côte d’Azur can be explored with a sports car just as much as the Alps or the Vosges. The Porsche Travel Club is even on the road in New Zealand. A special highlight is the desert camp in Dubai, where participants have the chance to drive a Cayenne across sand dunes, mountain ranges, and down dried-up river beds.