After eight long years of absence, the Porsche World Road Show returned to Indonesia last month. Held at Sentul International Circuit from 3 to 10 February, the event flew in 27 Porsche sports cars straight from Germany for a week of driving experiences. Among the collection were the all-new, razor sharp 718 Cayman GT4 RS, and the highly anticipated 911 GT3 RS.
The professional driving event is held in over 45 countries around the world, with Indonesia as the first country kickstarting the 2023 worldwide tour. Participants not only got to experience these Porsche sports cars to their fullest extent, but also honed their own driving skills in the process. Guided by expert Porsche driving instructors, they got behind the steering wheels of the brand’s super cars to enjoy the thrill of the famed cars’ prowess in the safe and controlled environment that is Sentul’s 3.965-km long track.
The comprehensive Porsche line-up ranges from the all-electric Taycan to the iconic 911, the sporty Boxster and Cayman models, the luxury Panamera sports sedan, the Macan and Cayenne SUV models, and popular plug-in hybrid variants of selected models.