Porsche aims to open a network of services for classical car with 100 service centres by 2018.
Porsche is working on opening a new network of service centres. The service centres will be specifically focused on classic Porsche cars. Porsche aims to make a network for the service of their vintage cars. The German auto maker is in the process of opening 100 service centres by 2018.
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The first such service centre was this week in Gelderland, Netherlands. The service centre will be the first dedicated Porsche Classic Centre. The centre will be designed to support older vehicles from Zuffenhausen's history.
The services include service, maintenance and installing of vintage car parts. The services also include the complete overhauling of vintage vehicles. Classical Porsche vehicles can also be bought from the centre. The cars available by the Centres for selling will be certified by the factory.
According to Porsche, 70 percent of the vehicles they have ever produced are still running. The statistics are quite impressive. The statistics also shed light on the quality of the Porsche vehicles.
The numbers also show the dedication of Porsche owners to keep their cars running. Therefore to facilitate such customers Porsche will provide proper service and maintenance. More than 52,000 original Porsche spare parts will be available at these centres.
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The service centres will be open in collaboration with Porsche partners around the world. Porsche has 24 partners around the globe. The first service centre was officially opened on the 26th of November, 2015.