It is an exciting time for Porsche enthusiasts around the globe as the company is set to launch its new Experience Center for the year 2021.

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From report, the new Experience Center will be sited in the Chiba prefecture nearby Tokyo. This new facility will comprise 2.1 kilometer track, an off-road track, dynamic testing ground, restaurant, racing simulator and many large rooms for corporate events.

According to the automaker, the short track will recreate several popular corners from racetracks all over the world. These will inside Laguna Seca’s Corkscrew and Nurburgring’s Carousel. The topography in this new Tokyo’s facility will influence the outlook of its track unlike many other places where flat tracks are common.

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Porsche is set to build a massive building which will be solely used as the company’s Experience Center and it will be located right the center of the facility. The design of the building will be inspired by Edo Kiroko, a famous traditional craft from Japan with gardens and diagonal lines.

Detlev von Platen, who is the member of the executive board of sales and marketing at Porsche recently said:

“Porsche is all about unique customer experiences and our worldwide Porsche Experience Centres embody this approach which cannot be found elsewhere in the automotive world. Our Japanese customers love the sportiness and exclusivity of our products – with the new Porsche Experience Centre, they will get a great location to live this passion and share it with others.”

There are other available Porsche Experience Centers at Atlanta, Leipzig, Los Angeles, Le Mans, Hockenheim, Silverstone and also the set-to-be launched facility in Franciacorta in Italy.

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