Take A Virtual Tour Of Porsche’s 2020 Beijing Motor Show Stand
While virtually navigating the stand, you can view each model up close, browse the interior, view the technical specifications, and access the configurator.
“For companies like Porsche in particular, there is no substitute for experiencing a product live – whether that is by driving a car or seeing it at a motor show. However, the possibilities for such direct contact are still limited in many regions of the world. With the virtual exhibition stand, we have created a novel way of experiencing the brand by using a mobile device – whether you are in Beijing or thousands of kilometres away,” said Ragnar Schulte, Director Experiential Marketing at Porsche.
Before the pandemic, audience attendance at international motor shows was already dropping, so don’t be surprised if more automakers start offering virtual tours of exhibition stands in future motor shows.
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