Porsche Centre Bolton recently invited six special guests on a drive out through the beautiful Lancashire countryside and a fabulous day was had by all.
A convoy of six Porsche models including the Panamera GTS, Cayenne, Macan and Cayman GTS could be seen brightening up the cold winter's day as they travelled across the M60 North and then along the A58 towards Hebden Bridge.
After a few stops in order to change over cars, they then embarked on a scenic journey through Bolton Abbey near Skipton and then across the A59 towards Mellor, before meeting at Stanley House Hotel and Spa for an enjoyable hearty lunch.
Homeward bound back towards the Centre, the guests drove across the magnificent Trough of Bowland, which offers perfect conditions to safely showcase the abilities of each of the Porsche model range.
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