Porsche’s Los Angeles Experience Center Is Now Open!

PEC LA is a major project that Porsche has been working on for the last couple of years. Mimicking the already wildly successful ‘PEC ATL’ Atlanta headquarters, Porsche now has a west coast division. Here are some photos from inside the freshly opened facility.

byBradley Brownell| UPDATED Jul 10, 2019 6:41 AM
Porsche’s Los Angeles Experience Center Is Now Open!
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PEC LA is a major project that Porsche has been working on for the last couple of years. Mimicking the already wildly successful 'PEC ATL' Atlanta headquarters, Porsche now has a west coast headquarters for their Motorsport division. Here are some photos from inside the freshly opened facility.

This new facility will not only be home to Porsche Motorsport North America, but also will take on the preparation and restoration of vintage Porsche racing cars and various classic Porsches. Further, Porsche will allow new car buyers to retrieve their cars at this facility, as well as receive coaching and instruction on how to properly drive their new Porsches. It's a pretty cool place. Check it out!

Laser Cut racetrack layouts of famous circuits the world over, Wayne Dempsey
Looking out over the new experience center's track layout, Wayne Dempsey
Oh, that? It's just a 917K in the lobby., Wayne Dempsey
Just as PEC ATL has 'Cafe 356', PEC LA appears to have 'Cafe Speedster', Wayne Dempsey
The PEC LA workshop will take care of vintage race cars, modern race cars, and other unique Porsche pieces, Wayne Dempsey
Any Workshop with a smattering of 962s is worthy of our attention., Wayne Dempsey
Car contains original 1985 Dakar dirt, do not clean!, Wayne Dempsey
The 959 Gruppe B concept car was also in attendance for the grand opening. What a neat car to see. , Wayne Dempsey
Of course, Wayne had to drive his 959 to the event. Why wouldn't you?, Wayne Dempsey

All of these photos were taken by Wayne Dempsey, owner of Pelican Parts and Porsche nut through-and-through. Wayne then posted all of his iPhone snaps to a thread on the Pelican Parts forum. You can see more photos and some of his words over there