Porsche owners and enthusiasts from around London met at Lincoln’s Inn Field, the largest public square in the city, on Sunday 19 February. For the last five years prior to this, the monthly gathering took place in the East of London. Returning to the heart of the city, Porsche Club GB Region 20 swapped the contemporary urban industrial backdrop for 17th century historic architecture to hold their coffee and cars catch-up, namely Sunday Inn the City. Both classic and current class of Porsche, albeit iconic, lined the square in an eclectic mix of showmanship, prestige and colour.
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From the unmistakable classic 356 to the showstopping Taycan 4S Sport Turismo, the Porsche Centre East London Porsche Pro's, Shah and Mo, and photographer Usmaan, added to the mix with the award-winning EV - the Taycan, the SUV of all SUVs - the Macan, and the legendary 718 Boxster. They were able to showcase the latest model range and mingle with fellow brand purists. An aspirational affair and a definite reminder of what can be achieved when you are driven by dreams. Owning a Porsche is submergence into a lifestyle that stems from passion, performance and presence. To strive beyond the status quo and pioneer endless possibilities.
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