Design & Innovation
The modern and sleek design is illustrated in a showroom housing more than 17 vehicles, including the new 100% electric: the Porsche Taycan. With the arrival of the fully electric Macan scheduled for 2022, the new Porsche Quebec center is following in the footsteps of the electrification of the range, without neglecting the existing models which embody a benchmark in the industry: the Cayenne, a full SUV. grandeur, the Panamera, the 718 roadsters in Boxster or Cayman versions and the legendary 911.
Porsche Quebec is among the first three dealerships in the world and the first in Canada to benefit from the fifth generation infrastructures signed Destination Porsche; a concept highlighting the latest technologies, thus confirming their pole position in the electrification of the automobile.
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The 1850 Jules-Verne dealership now has 14 mechanical bays, 5 aesthetic bays, one alignment bay and an automated rapid alignment check (Hunter Quick Alignment Check). In addition to additional outdoor parking spaces, the new Porsche Quebec center now offers an ultra-secure 60-space indoor storage service to its distinguished customers. As soon as the situation allows, several events will be held to showcase the reinvented Porsche Quebec experience.
This new building will have an exhibition hall that can hold up to 17 cars, a mechanical workshop with 15 maintenance bays, as well as an indoor warehouse that can accommodate up to 60 cars. The future building is located in a new pole of attraction for car dealerships, at 1850 avenue Jules-Verne, near the IKEA.
On December 10, the Center Porsche Québec officially announced its brand new construction project that will meet the growing demand for the German brand. It was in the presence of Marc Ouayoun, President and CEO of Porsche Canada, as well as Marie-Josée Bégin and Louis Desmeules, respectively owner and general manager of the Center Porsche Québec, that the details of the construction of this vehicle were unveiled. new concession to be located at 1850 avenue Jules-Verne, in Quebec.
The Center Porsche Québec 2.0, a large-scale construction by Garoy, will certainly meet the need for additional space currently experienced by the dealership located at 2240 rue Cyrille-Duquet. The design of the new building with a modern and refined style was entrusted to the firm RSA Architects. The new building, at 62,000 square feet, three times the size of the current dealership, will open up to a large showroom showcasing 17 stunning new German cars. The mechanical work area will also be enlarged and will be able to accommodate up to 15 cars at a time, whereas the current space can only accommodate 6.
The new Center Porsche Québec, which will remain under the same administration, will be among the first three dealerships in the world to benefit from the fifth generation infrastructures signed by Destination Porsche, a garage concept featuring cutting-edge technologies and allowing live the electrification of the automobile. “I am extremely satisfied with the dynamic that the Center Porsche Québec has brought to the brand. The new project will consolidate this success story and provide an improved brand experience for its customers, ”said Marc Ouayoun, President and CEO of Porsche Canada.