North American automobile dealership group AutoCanada has received approval to open a Porsche Classic and Service Centre in Windsor, Ont., the company announced in a news release.
The new centre, which will be known as Porsche Classic & Service Centre Windsor, will offer Classic Porsche vehicle sales, service and parts. It will be the first Porsche Classic centre in the country, as there are currently only four Porsche Classic partners within Porsche centres in Canada.
“We are excited to be able to open the first standalone Porsche Classic Centre in Canada and to better serve Porsche customers in Southwestern Ontario by increasing service capacity and reducing drive times,” said Paul Antony, Executive Chairman of AutoCanada, in a statement.
AutoCanada said they expect the new centre to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2025. It will complement Porsche Centre London, which is AutoCanada’s existing Porsche dealership in London, Ont.