The Porsche Experience Center in Atlanta just got 33 acres bigger, but the thrill is impossible to measure.
Since 2015, the Porsche Experience Center in Atlanta has provided Porsche owners and fans alike with a complete Porsche emporium. It includes a museum and a driver development course for visitors to take Porsche cars out and get a true feel for what they are truly capable of. Now, that experience is becoming so much more, with the addition of a new standalone Porsche Service Center, a Porsche Classic Restoration facility, and most importantly, a new driver development course that can be combined with the existing one for a total of nearly 3 miles of track, with corners inspired by the Tail of the Dragon road, the Laguna Seca corkscrew, and the Nürburgring carousel turn.
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The track also receives a new ice hill, a dynamic area for exercises like slaloms, and a low friction circle. The track expansion is said to be ready to roll in 2023, and the parking garage and Porsche Classic Restoration building will be in construction through 2023.
As environmentally conscious efforts continue to become a major part of the Porsche brand, the new facilities are expected to include sustainable design. The main One Porsche Drive building on the site boasts a LEED Gold Accreditation for sustainability, and Porsche hopes to do the same with the Classic Restoration facility, with the ultimate goal being company-wide carbon neutrality by 2030. This is exciting news, and if you're ready to get behind the wheel of a Porsche as soon as possible, check out the Porsches for sale on the duPont REGISTRY by clicking the link below.Porsches For Sale