Porsche India had made a purpose-built track at the MMRDA grounds, Bandra Kurla Complex. This course had a range of challenges including gravel traps, deep mud terrains, hill climb and descent. This was basically done to feature a range of scenarios that replicated conditions in which an SUV is required to leave tarmacked roads.
Pavan Shetty, Director of Porsche India, said, "The on-road and track dominance of Porsche models is well known. With this special event, our aim is to draw attention to the extended capabilities of the brand’s SUV models. The Cayenne and Macan spread Porsche performance off-road and as expected deliver outstanding results. Although drivers may not always encounter tough terrain on their daily commute, we want to highlight a range of features and assistance systems that provide driveability and safety alongside the smooth performance our enthusiasts have come to expect of a Porsche."
We were present at the event and got a hands-on experience of how it is to drive these Porsche SUVs on the track. Do read our upcoming special feature - Porsche Adventure Trail 2016.