Porsche has set up #DrivingTomorow, a pop-up exhibition at Jewel Changi Airport, to tell the story of the company’s journey towards electromobility.

Visitors at the exhibition in the World’s Best Airport will learn about Porsche’s vision and its commitment towards a sustainable and fascinating future in greater detail. It also marks the first time Porsche Asia Pacific is displaying the Porsche 356, the first Porsche-badged sportscar, alongside its first all-electric Taycan.

“The #DrivingTomorrow exhibition is an invitation to join us as we look back at our proudest innovations in electromobility, and unite our traditions with a sustainable future,” said CEO of Porsche Asia Pacific, Arthur Willmann.

“The exhibition at Jewel Changi Airport will be an additional exciting experience for visitors to the airport,” said CEO of Changi Airport Group, Lee Seow Hiang.

The fully-electric Porsche Taycan, produced in the company’s CO2-neutral Zuffenhausen plant in Germany, was recently recognised as the world’s most innovative car by scientists from the Centre of Automotive Management.

Visitors at #DrivingTomorrow will also get a glimpse of the company’s future-oriented mindset through “Porsche Unseen” – a book that opens the gates to previously highly-classified concept studies that were made public just a month ago.

The#DrivingTomorrow pop-up exhibition is located at Level Two of Jewel Changi Airport. Entry is complimentary, from 10 am to 10 pm daily till the 16th of January 2021.


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Pan Eu Jin
Regularly spend countless hours online looking at cars and parts I can't afford to buy. How a car makes you feel behind the wheel should be more important than the brand it represents - unless resale value is your thing.