Simon Priest, Porsche Centre Principal, said: “The new site in Wolverhampton opens up a new part of the country to Porsche and presents us with a very exciting venture for both the centre and the brand.”
Tim Johnson, City of Wolverhampton Strategic Director: Place, added: “This is a prestigious development on the northern gateway of the city and a major boost to the local economy.
“There is £3.7 billion of investment currently on site or in the pipeline across Wolverhampton and this crucial gateway is another example of the regeneration taking place.”
The Porsche Centre will offer the full range of services including new and Approved Pre-Owned vehicle sales, a full range of demonstrators, servicing, parts and courtesy vehicles.
The new building features a 20 vehicle car showroom a 16 bay workshop equipped with the latest technology, dedicated MOT and direct dialogue bays together, with extensive parking facilities available to customers.