Porsche of Nashua Unveils the 2018 Panamera

The new Panamera Turbo was unveiled at Infinity Aviation’s hangar at the Nashua Airport.




 

At Infinity Aviation’s hangar at the Nashua Airport, Porsche of Nashua (part of the Lyon-Waugh Auto Group) unveiled the new Panamera Turbo at a fun and festive private party—staged as flight 41317. As the evening got underway, guests were greeted with champagne cocktails along with a boarding pass and passport for the “flight.” At the first boarding call, Lyon-Waugh’s Cidalia Schwartz stamped the guests’ passports and ushered them into the main hangar. While waiting for the arrival of the new Panamera, the “first-class passengers” sampled their favorite elixir and enjoyed a full range of sumptuous tastes from Tuscan Kitchen. Guests were also able to board a private jet from MAC Aviation and view the current Porsche models, which were on display in the hangar.

 

 

 

The flight attendants introduced a video of the new Panamera while Warren Waugh, the owner of Lyon-Waugh Auto Group, drove the first of two Panamera Turbos into the hangar. With a complete redesign of this unique sport sedan, the Panamera Turbo boasts a 550-horsepower engine with a top speed of 190 miles per hour and an impressive 0 to 60 performance of 3.4 seconds. The interior features a 12-inch touchscreen display to control navigation, audio, communication, and climate.

 

 

 

 

For more information visit

porsche.com/usa

or

porsche.com/usa/models/panamera/panamera-models/panamera/#modelselection

 

porschenashua.com

lyonwaugh.com

 

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