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Porsche, Audi, Lamborghini, Bentley: PGA Cars Opens Four-Brand Showroom in BGC

If car heaven was on earth, the new PGA Cars showroom would be it.
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For people who go shopping for cars like they do for clothes or gadgets, here’s some good news. Four of the world’s most coveted car brands are now housed under one roof in Bonifacio Global City (BGC), Taguig. PGA Cars Inc has opened a four-brand showroom featuring gleaming new vehicles from Porsche, Audi, Lamborghini and Bentley.

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Located at the corner of 11th Avenue and 28th Street, the showroom is divided into four distinct sections that each reflect the corporate identity and rich history of the four brands. On the rightmost side (if you’re facing the building), is the Lamborghini showroom that can fit four units of the ultra luxurious Italian car marque. Front and center is the Lamborghini Urus, the brand’s SUV model that was launched in the country in November 2018. The space includes the Ad Personam area, where samples of exterior and interior finishes are available for customers to touch and feel so they can fully customize their vehicles, as well as the Collezione Automobili, which offers a range of clothing and lifestyle pieces from Lamborghini.

Right beside it is the showroom for Porsche, which, PGA reps say adheres strictly to the corporate identity guidelines guidelines of the parent company based in Stuttgart, Germany. Just like Lamborghini, there is a vehicle customization area so customers can build their dream Porsche from scratch. The showroom has the latest Porsche 911, Macan, and Cayenne models on display as well as a lifestyle corner featuring the most current Driver's Selection by Porsche Design items. Super Porsche fans will also appreciate the heritage wall that displays images of the brand’s illustrious history through the years.

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Up next is the Audi showroom, which takes up the biggest space put of the four brands and can accommodate a maximum of 10 cars. Currently on display is the Q8, which is the latest addition to Audi’s SUV lineup. There is also a private conference area and an exclusive corner where customers can discuss their car preferences with Audi’s representatives.

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Finally, the Bentley showroom, the country’s first dedicated space for the luxury British marque, features a private personalisation area where customers can choose everything from exterior paints to leather options for his or her own bespoke car. The three-car showroom showcases the latest Bentley models including the Mulsanne, the Bentayga and the new Continental GT. There is also an elegant boutique lounge and a fully-equipped bar exclusive for Bentley customers.

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For more information, visit any of the PGA Cars showrooms located in 28th Street corner 11th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig or contact: Porsche at 0917 5558874, Audi at 0917 8139064, Lamborghini at 0917 5553771 and Bentley at 0917 8370527

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