The weather graciously cooperated for our early Spring Spirited Drive, offering clear skies and dry roads. We followed the Coquihalla Connector to the Spruce Grove turn off, through Princeton, Keremeos, and Penticton.
Our Fall Spirited Drive this year took us up Highway 33 to Rock Creek, through Osoyoos, Oliver, and Penticton with breathtaking views and pit stops along the way. We were hosted at Miradoro restaurant at Tinhorn Creek Winery for an amazing lunch with dessert included.
A successful Spirited Drive up the Coquihalla Connector, through Princeton, Keremeos, and Penticton. A delicious lunch was enjoyed at the scenic Bromley Rock Provincial Park, and later a sweet treat at Tickleberry’s Ice Cream.
Motor Werke has identified the need for a well-supported community and the responsibility they have to assist where they can. When Motor Werke was introduced to Project Literacy’s community work, through the BC Interior Porsche Club, they resonated with their goals and values.
One of Motor Werke’s commitments is to educate customers about their vehicles. October is the perfect time to discuss how to winterize a vehicle for a safe winter season.