Thursday, January 3, 2013

Porsche Offers You a Ride Around its Leipzig Test Track for as Low as €98 / $130

Putting together a track combining of some of the world’s most famous corners is pure sports car enthusiast nirvana. That’s exactly what Porsche has done in the track adjacent to its Leipzig plant where the Cayenne SUV and Panamera sports saloon are built.

Surely no one can argue with the Suzuka “S”, Monza’s Parabolica, the Monaco Bus Stop or what is probably the most difficult to get it right: Laguna Seca’s Corkscrew.

The German manufacturer’s test drivers are offering a ride around this nice track, showcasing the potential of Stuttgart’s models to their co-pilots, with prices ranging from €98 to €210 (approx. US$130 to US$280 at today's exchange rates).

There’s also an off-road track, where the Cayenne (and, presumably, the upcoming Macan that will also be manufactured there) can display its off-road capabilities.

You can view Porsche’s Leipzig test track in the video that follows the break, while for bookings and more details on the German brand's "Co-Pilot" program, check out the official site here.

By Andrew Tsaousis

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