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Porsche has officially launched is Porsche NOW pop-up at Guoco Tower, and unveiled a new exhibition featuring a special 550 Spyder at the Mandala Club.

19 Jan 2023 | Local News : Singapore


Porsche Singapore has officially launched its new Porsche NOW pop-up at Guoco Tower.

The launch event saw members of the media looking not only at the firm's latest downtown location, but also being treated to see one special Porsche at the Mandala Social Club.

Visitors to the Porsche NOW pop-up will be able to purchase a variety of Porsche Lifestyle products
The new Porsche NOW pop-up now takes the role of Porsche Singapore's former location at Leng Kee, serving as the location at which potential customers will head to for their test drives and to configure their car. All this is of course, until the new Porsche Studio opens in the second half of 2023 at Guoco Midtown.

Located just above Tanjong Pagar MRT station, and served with a multi-storey carpark, customers headed to the pop-up are not only guaranteed easy access, but can also look forward to a host of food and drink options located all around the square at the base of Guoco Tower.

The pop-up comes equipped with a configurator from which customers can dwell over the specification of their car, and also features a collection of Porsche Lifestyle items for sale. A periodically-changing Porsche also will take centre place at the pop-up.

Test drives of the 911, Macan, Cayenne, Taycan and Panamera will also be available at the Porsche NOW pop-up
And of course, test drives will also be now conducted from Guoco Tower, so customers can now experience all the thrill of what will likely be their next vehicle, right within the core of Singapore's downtown.

But of course, Porsche also now has an alternative location from which members of the public can now experience get closer to the Porsche brand.

Formerly playing host to Daniel Arsham's Crystal Eroded Porsche 992, the ground floor of the Mandala Club is designed as a second, less sales-oriented location from which Porsche can engage with its fans. And currently taking place at this location, is Curvistan, a publicly-accessible exhibition.

Designed to serve as gallery, event space and hangout all rolled into one, the exhibition will be themed periodically by Curator Stefan Bogner of Curves Magazine.

Look out for this historic Porsche 550 Spyder that takes centre stage of the Curvistan exhibition
The current theme, 'Legends', is a celebration of the most iconic race cars from the storied history of Porsche in motorsport. A collection of winning visuals from the Porsche Museum Archive thus adorns the walls of the space alongside a selection of eight vintage watches from brand partner TAG Heuer.

And taking centre space, quite fittingly, at this location is one legendary Porsche 550 Spyder. Porsche's first model to be designed specifically with motorsport in mind, this 550 Spyder was this exact car which won Porsche the 1954 Carrera Panamericana endurance road race in Mexico, with Hans Herrmann at the wheel.

Thinking of heading down to catch a look at the exhibition or test drive a Porsche yourself? The Porsche NOW pop-up is open every day from 11:00am to 9:00pm, while the Curvistan - Legends exhibition will open from 18 January to 19 February 2023, and is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00am to 10:00pm, and on Sundays from 10:00am to 6:00pm.

The Porsche NOW pop-up is located at 7 Wallich St, #01-07 Guoco Tower, while the Mandela Club is located at 31 Bukit Pasoh Road.

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