On Wednesday 20 November, Porsche Centre Nottingham hosted an E-Performance drive out to Rutland Cookery School.
Our guests were given the opportunity to drive one of the models from our E-Performance range, including the Cayenne E-Hybrid and Panamera E-Hybrid. Once arriving at Rutland Cookery School in Oakham our guests enjoyed a ‘Taste of the Mediterranean’ workshop and produced meals including kleftico, sea bream and a pine nut and olive cake.
Sales Manager Dominic Bath commented ‘We had such a great day on our E-Performance drive out. The drive to Rutland Cookery School really gave our guests the opportunity to experience everything the E-Hybrid models have to offer. The day was topped off with learning to make some delicious dishes'
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