The new Porsche Experience Center expansion officially opened
opens to the public tomorrow. As we teased back in January when the details were released, April 1st was going to be no joke. And after a few private previews, the facility will is officially be open to everyone starting tomorrow.
Like before, you’ll need a reservation to drive on track. In fact, you need a reservation to drive, use the simulator or eat in the restaurant, or even to even get on the property. Once there, even if you aren’t driving, you will be treated to a Porsche wonderland.
The Porsche Experience Center center is on our list of Top 10 Things Every Atlanta Car Enthusiast Must Do. The Kimpton Overland hotel also made our list of Top Hotels For Car Enthusiasts. You can check a lot of boxes in one trip.
PEC Expansion Track Features
The Porsche Experience Centers expanded track adds 1.3 miles to the existing 1.6 miles, bringing a total of 2.9 miles of surface available. The “main” design circuit now totals 2.3 miles. This makes the PEC track more typical in length with other road courses.
The new expansion features sections designed to mimic the rapid switch back turns of the Tail of the Dragon, as well as sections that include an elevation change corkscrew like you’d find at Laguna Seca and some of the iconic turns on Nurburgring.
PEC Track Expansion Gallery
Below are some additional pictures and details released by Porsche North America with their media release.