Porsche Pulls Out of Detroit Auto Show: 3 Other Places to Find Porsche News
Porsche recently announced that it will not display its forthcoming lineup at the 2017 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit — a bold move that other high-end brands are also employing. The brand values quality not quantity, so it makes sense for Porsche to pull back from the media frenzy at the Detroit Auto Show and expand their presence at the New York and Los Angeles auto shows, where they can better connect with Porsche owners and enthusiasts. While you won’t be finding Porsche at Cobo Hall in January, there are still three great places to find out the latest and greatest information about Porsche:
Known for having the hottest models and most innovative concepts, the New York International Auto Show in April of next year will be Porsche’s 2017 auto show debut. Featuring never-before-seen tech and more model debuts than Detroit, we know the New York International Auto Show is a great venue for vehicle enthusiasts to learn about their favorite cars and upcoming releases.
In late Fall of 2017, Porsche enthusiasts will have their second chance to catch Porsche on display at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Just like LA itself, the Los Angeles Auto Show is fully connected, utilizing a host of social media options you can follow along in order to learn all about the latest Porsche innovations.
Of course, you don’t need to wait at all to experience the latest Porsche has to offer, simply stop by Porsche Hawaii! Our knowledgeable sales staff would be happy to show you the full lineup of new Porsche vehicles, discuss the innovative tech that’s pushing Porsche to the head of the pack, and fill you in on the latest news — straight from the source. Stop by our showroom at 730 Ala Moana Boulevard in Honolulu. We’re here from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays. Give us a call at (808) 791-2326 or get in touch with us online to schedule a test drive today!