The Germans opened a playground next to the plant in Leipzig, where, besides the classic plant tour, the clients can test the passenger seats for some of the Porsche models – Cayenne, Panamera and 911. So, if you want to see how it feels to be a passenger in a Cayenne Turbo on the circuit, you have to pay 98 Euros, while for an off-road experience with Cayenne you pay 135 Euros. Panamera costs 125 Euros, and for a power tour aboard a 911 you pay 155 Euros or 210 Euros ( for the GT3 Cup). Here’s a clip to see what you pay for.
If you get sick of standing on the right seat and you like it better behind the wheel, then prepare more money, because Porsche has something in stall for you.
Therefore, to take a Cayenne ( even the S version) on an off-road tour, you have to pay 270 Euros. For the same amount of money you can choose between a Boxster, Cayman, 911, Cayenne or Panamera for a tour on the circuit. But if you want them all, you pay 420 Euros and you can drive a Boxster/Cayman, 911 and Cayenne.
Is it just us or is it a better alternative to going to the sea side for the weekend, in the Summer? We thought so too…