Porsche Centre Lebanon celebrated its 70 years of Porsche sports cars with a display featuring seven decades of some of Porsche’s most iconic models. The event was aimed at bringing fans and owners together to share their passion for Porsche, the event celebrated the registration of the brand’s first road-approved vehicle, the 356 “No.1” Roadster on June 8, 1948 – representing the birth of the Stuttgart-based manufacturer.
Forming part of the first Sports Car Together Day global calendar of events, the ‘Classic Meets New’ showcase took place on 9th and 10th of June at Zaitunay Bay. During the event, Assaad Raphael, Chairman and General Manager of Porsche Centre Lebanon, commented: “Porsche has been synonymous with sports car construction at the very highest level for 70 years. Sports Car Together Day is the perfect way for Lebanon to mark this major milestone. We were delighted to invite Porsche Club Members, enthusiasts and the public to experience the historic seven decades of Porsche, with unique displays throughout the weekend, in celebration of the brand’s history. Porsche Centre Lebanon is proud to be part of this history, and in celebration of this landmark moment, we produced and released a range of images and a video showcasing Lebanon’s passion for Porsche. I encourage all to watch and share this content which they will find across our social media channels.”