Porsche to Open First Classic Car Centre in Berlin

By Paul Joseph

German luxury carmaker Porsche has opened a new facility in Berlin dedicated to servicing, restoring and selling vintage Porsches.

From 356 Speedsters to 959 supercars, the centre will focus on a wide range of models from the legendary marquee’s back catalogue.

Porsche have said that it will be the first of a global network of 100 centres catering to collectors and classic car connoisseurs that will open by 2018, each offering maintenance, partial and total overhauls and access to 52,000 spare parts.

Founded by Ferdinand Porsche in Stuttgart, Germany in 1931, Porsche has grown to become one of the world’s most renowned luxury sports car manufacturers.

Porsche classic cars are widely considered some of the most collectible in the world.

By Paul Joseph