Porsche's Leipzig plant reopens to public

    With production now underway, tours allow visitors to experience Panamera
    up-close and personal

    MISSISSAUGA, ON, May 13 /CNW/ - Production of the new Porsche Panamera
has started at the company's plant in Leipzig. Presented to the global public
in Shanghai in April and available in Canada this October, the four-door Gran
Turismo is built together with the successful Cayenne SUV on one line.
    In order to prepare for the Panamera's arrival, the Leipzig plant
underwent a 22,000-square metre expansion over the course of two years. The
state-of the-art production and logistics concept was also refined further.
    No plant tours have been possible during the last eight months due to
construction. Starting today, visitors can again experience production
up-close and personal and have the chance to see the first Panameras roll off
the assembly line in Saxony.
    The two-hour tours are free of charge and can be booked in conjunction
with racetrack and off-road driving programs at Porsche Leipzig.

    Further information, dates and online bookings are available at

    Note: Photos of the new Porsche Panamera are available to accredited
    journalists in the Porsche Press Database at http://presse.porsche.de.
    Footage material is available to registered users at

For further information:

For further information: Laurance Yap, (905) 219-2195,

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