Porsche 911 owners can see how their cars are assembled at the company’s factoryMay 22, 2020
Porsche will show the future owners of 911 models the whole process of creating their cars. “You can track the entire path of your car to you,” the German brand’s official press release said.
Since we are dealing with a coronavirus pandemic, car manufacturers are trying to expand their services for online customer service – from ordering a car on the site, to delivering it to the client. Porsche even introduced an online platform that allows customers to track the entire journey of their new cars from a manufacturing facility in Germany to their final destination at a car dealership where a customer can pick it up. The new service is called Porsche Track Your Dream.
The platform is currently available to customers who have ordered a 911 sports car, and will soon support the tracking of the Taycan electric sedan.
“Buying a new Porsche is a special moment that needs to be as personal as possible,” comments Klaus Zellmer, Porsche’s CEO for North America. “Our new Porsche Track Your Dream service allows our customers to track every key step in their new car before they can get in and drive.”
The most exciting part of the virtual journey that the new service provides is the “Behind the Scenes” section, where you can really see how your 911 is assembled at the brand’s factory in Zuffenhausen. This was made possible thanks to two cameras installed next to the assembly lines. The app is currently available to new car buyers from America, Germany, the UK, Canada, Switzerland and Spain.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that the Porsche 911 Carrera can no longer be bought with an atmospheric engine. As the boss of the German brand said in an interview, the updated version of the Porsche 911 Carrera can no longer be bought with a naturally aspirated 4.0-liter six-cylinder engine.
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