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2022/11/23 15:15:27 (permalink)

Christophorus Article.

Check out the latest copy of the Porsche Christophorus magazine no 404, you’ll find a really interesting write up about how the Cayenne has not only been instrumental in helping to shape the ultra-sporty off-road market for the last twenty years but also a few interesting snippets on how it’s been used in film, motorsport, various expeditions and even as a lifesaving emergency vehicle since it was first launched back in late 2002.
 
If you want to read more, you can either subscribe to the magazine or why not pop into your local OPC, they normally have one or two available on a coffee table somewhere in the dealership and while you’re there, of course you can always check out the very latest model, so why not kick back and enjoy a bit of Porsche hospitality and settle down with a cuppa, it certainly makes for a pretty interesting read.

2022 Cayenne E Hybrid
2022 718 Spyder
2021 Boxster 25th anniversary
2002 911 996 Cab
2001 911 996 C2
1991 944 Turbo Cabriolet Alpine White
1984 924 white 1980 911 SC 3.0 White.
1999 Boxster 2.5

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Re: Christophorus Article. 2022/11/24 19:56:59 (permalink)
I am at OPC leicester tomorrow morning waiting whilst my Cayman has an MOT. Will be kicking back accepting the hospitality and will check out the article in question
 
thanks for the heads up

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