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Visit Porsche's #DrivingTomorrow exhibition at Jewel Changi Airport to learn about its history, existing efforts and future plans on sustainability.

17 Dec 2020 | Local News : Singapore


Love Porsches? You should head on down to its #DrivingTomorrow exhibition at Jewel Changi Airport Level 2, where you'll get to learn about the brand's history and its roadmap to a sustainable future for motoring. There are no admission charges and the exhibition will be open to public from 17 December to 16 January, daily from 10:00am to 10:00pm.

Visitors can learn aout Porsche's electrifying history - from 1898 till today's Taycan
At #DrivingTomorrow, visitors will get to learn all about Porsche's history and milestones towards sustainability. While the Taycan is the first all-electric Porsche that you can purchase today, the brand's affinity with electric cars runs far deeper than what most imagined. In fact, the first Porsche ever built was an electric car.

Ferdinand Porsche, the founder of Porsche, designed the Egger-Lohner C.2 Phaeton, also known as the Porsche P1, back in 1898.

Likewise, Porsche's motorsport capability was similarly entwined with the brand right from the beginning - the Porsche P1 won a race for electric vehicles held in Berlin in 1899.

The 356 is Posche's first production automobile
Of course, Porsche's contribution towards a sustainable future isn't merely limited to its efforts in electrification. In order to achieve sustainability, wastage must be reduced, and that is why, since the beginning, Porsches were built to last.

Till date, more than 70% of Porsche vehicles ever built are still on the road. One of the best evidence of this is the Porsche 356 displayed at the exhibition, a road-registered example that remains cared for and kept in impeccable condition.

Apart from learning all about Porsche, visitors will also be able to appreciate the culmination of Porsche's electrifying history, the Porsche Taycan Turbo. 

If you are a Porsche enthusiast, or someone interested in the future of sustainable motoring, you should make a trip down to learn more about Porsche's contribution towards a cleaner and greener environment.

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