Porsche track design
We'll have to wait about two years for Porsche's new U.S. headquarters facility to be completed, but when it arrives, it'll include a test track that will be used as part of a buyer experience unlike anything Porsche has previously offered in the U.S.
European buyers--or buyers that have gone to Europe to pick up their cars may have tasted the sweet fruits of a Porsche factory-backed track experience. But beyond the track, the Experience Center, if it's anything like the one at Silverstone in the U.K., will include a theory lesson on how to drive your car, tests on your own physical abilities (reaction speed, vision, concentration, coordination), and lay the foundation for making you a better driver--and thereby your Porsche a better sports car. Perhaps you'll be one of the first to hit the track at the new facility in a next-gen 911.
For the full take on Porsche's U.S. headquarters upgrade plans, read Marty Padgett's article at TheCarConnection.