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Porsche to open Experience Center in Singapore in 2027

The first PEC in the region

Good news for Southeast Asian Porsche fans. IMAGE FROM PORSCHE

Porsche is set to open a Porsche Experience Center in Singapore—its 11th PEC worldwide. It will be located at the Changi Precinct.

PEC Singapore will be the first to provide excitement locally and within Southeast Asia, situated just 20 minutes away from the Changi Airport and near the upcoming Aviation Park MRT along the planned Cross Island Line.

The purpose of a Porsche Experience Center is to share with customers and enthusiasts what the brand is all about, and to teach the basic and advanced fundamentals of driving in order to maximize the experience with its cars.

This will also be the first PEC with an after-sales facility. IMAGES FROM PORSCHE

PEC Singapore will feature a handling track over 2km long, an optimum ground for experiencing the capabilities of the Porsche lineup. It will also feature a fully integrated, high-capacity after-sales facility—a first for any PEC.

Apart from on-track driving sessions, PEC Singapore will highlight themed exhibitions, displaying various cars from the Porsche Museum, racing simulators, as well as dining options.

Corresponding with Porsche’s global commitment toward a net carbon-neutral value chain of newly produced models in 2030, along with the sustainable development target of Singapore Green Plan 2030, a large part of the PEC Singapore fleet will be electric vehicles.

Will you be visiting when it opens? IMAGE FROM PORSCHE

“Porsche is more than just a car—it is a promise for a unique brand and product experience,” shared Detlev von Platen, member of the executive board for sales and marketing at Porsche AG. “I am delighted that we are building our 11th such facility in Singapore, an amazing city where innovation and entrepreneurial spirit thrive. It is only natural that we build this new PEC Singapore with these same principles in mind, aiming to create innovative and unforgettable encounters with our sports cars, and, I hope, inspiring and building desirability among younger generations.

Currently, there are nine PECs: Leipzig, Silverstone, Atlanta, Le Mans, Los Angeles, Shanghai, Hockenheimring, Franciacorta (Italy), and Tokyo. Toronto is scheduled to be finished this year.

The Porsche Experience Center Singapore was announced during the Tourism Industry Conference 2024.

Jason Dela Cruz

Jason is a veteran member of the motoring community, having worked as an automotive journalist and a car industry executive. He is now based in Cebu, where the car culture is vibrant.