Porsche Announces Singapore Porsche Experience Centre, Set To Open In 2027

BY Sean Loo

The new Singapore Porsche Experience Centre in 2027 will be the 11th in the world when it is completed, offering a haven for petrolheads to experience everything Porsche.

Singapore just elevated its cool factor with a sizzling new announcement from Porsche. The iconic sports car brand has declared that the Lion City will host the 11th Porsche Experience Centre (PEC) worldwide.

Just imagine, right in our backyard, a sprawling venue dedicated to Porsche’s awe-inspiring rides. Fantastic!

Set in Changi Exhibition Centre (CEC) that's a mere 20-minute jaunt from Changi Airport, and right near the future Aviation Park MRT station, this new PEC is designed to be a pulsing heart in the Changi area.

Whether you’re a family looking for a day of excitement or a car enthusiast eager to feel the power of a Porsche, this place promises something special.

The PEC will boast a dynamic handling track stretching over two kilometres. Here, the prowess of Porsche’s sleek two- and four-door sports cars will be on full display.

The experiences on offer are diverse. From on-track driving adventures to interactive exhibits that change periodically and showcase legendary cars from the Porsche Museum.

Not to mention, immersive racing simulators and a variety of dining options that cater to every palate. It's clear, Porsche aims to make every visit unforgettable.

And for those who dabble in the technical, a state-of-the-art, high-capacity aftersales facility will mark a first for PECs globally.

But Porsche isn’t just about high-octane thrills. Aligning with the Singapore Green Plan 2030, the fleet at PEC Singapore will prominently feature electric vehicles (EVs), showing Porsche’s commitment to a greener tomorrow.

This exciting development was shared at the Tourism Industry Conference 2024 by Minister Grace Fu, alongside Porsche AG’s bigwigs.

Ms Melissa Ow, Chief Executive, Singapore Tourism Board said, “The Porsche Experience Centre will add to the suite of high-quality lifestyle experiences that Singaporeans and visitors can enjoy in Singapore.”

Mr. Hannes Ruoff, Chief Executive Officer of Porsche Asia Pacific, provided his enthusiasm for this ground-breaking project: “Porsche is thrilled to mark yet another milestone by building the country’s first permanent driving-focused facility."

"We are dedicated to ensuring that the new Porsche Experience Centre Singapore offers inclusive experiences for the whole family to enjoy,” he added.

Mr. Detlev von Platen, Member of the Executive Board for Sales and Marketing at Porsche AG said: “It is only natural that we build this new PEC Singapore with these same principles in mind, aiming to create innovative and unforgettable encounters with our sports cars.”

Exciting times await in 2027.