Porsche Experience Centre for Singapore in 2027

SINGAPORE: Porsche has chosen Singapore for its 11th Porsche Experience Centre (PEC) globally, marking the world's first PEC designed to thrill both local and regional Porsche enthusiasts.

Scheduled to open in 2027, PEC Singapore aims to bring new excitement to the Changi precinct.

Following the recent launch of the new Macan at Gardens by the Bay and an international dealer launch event in Marina Bay, Porsche announced that the PEC Singapore will be located just 20 minutes from Changi Airport, near the upcoming Aviation Park MRT station on the Cross Island Line. The centre will offer dynamic experiences for families and car enthusiasts locally and regionally.


Central to PEC Singapore will be a two-kilometre dynamic handling track, showcasing the capabilities of Porsche sports cars. Additionally, a high-capacity aftersales facility, the first of its kind at any PEC, will be integrated.

Aligned with Porsche's goal for a net carbon-neutral value chain by 2030, the PEC Singapore fleet will include a significant number of electric vehicles, providing environmentally conscious yet thrilling driving experiences.

PEC Singapore will offer on-track driving sessions, themed exhibitions, racing simulators, and dining options, catering to diverse interests. More features and attractions will be announced soon.


Porsche Asia Pacific CEO Hannes Ruoff said the Singapore PEC was "a gateway to the thriving Southeast Asian market."

"The Porsche Experience Centre will add to the suite of high-quality lifestyle experiences that Singaporeans and visitors can enjoy," said Singapore Tourism Board chief executive Melissa Ow.

At present, there are nine PECs. They are located in Leipzig, Silverstone, Atlanta, Le Mans, Los Angeles, Shanghai, Germany’s Hockenheimring, Franciacorta, Italy, and, since October 2021, in Tokyo. A Toronto PEC is set to open in 2024.

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