Porsche Passport Subscription: Drive 22 Porsche Cars At $3,000 A Month

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Porsche Passport subscription plans let you drive any Porsche vehicle of your choice and there are no mileage caps to stop you from that super-long driving trip that you always wanted to do.

Porsche has put smiles on our faces with an amazing piece of news. The carmaker has announced its vehicle subscription scheme – Porsche Passport – open. With two different plans, Porsche Passport will finally make the range of cars bearing the Porsche badge, accessible to everyone who can’t afford to own a Porsche.

Vehicle subscription scheme isn’t a Porsche discovery. But the Germans have perfected it with the Porsche Passport. To begin with, there are no mileage caps which usually kill the fun of vehicle subscription and premium car rental programs. Porsche understood what the customers of these services really wanted and have offered it in a golden platter. So, if you always wanted to drive across the country in a Cayenne, the carmaker will just let you do that. If you get bored of the Cayenne after the 10-day trip and wish to swap it with a 911 Carrera S, sure, they’ll let you do that too.

Am I becoming an advocate of this scheme? I think I am. Why so? Because Porsche has thought about the variety involved in its target audience and has offered two plans – Launch and Accelerate. Launch gives the subscriber, on-demand access to eight models in the range, including the Porsche 718 Boxster, Cayman S, Macan S and the Cayenne. The monthly subscription will set you back by $2,000. Need more vehicles to choose from? Opt for the Accelerate plan and feel free to pick the keys for 22 Porsche models. That’s going to cost you $3,000. The subscription fee covers vehicle tax and registration, insurance, maintenance and detailing, if you were curious to know that part of the equation.

2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS
2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS /

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Porsche Cayenne Turbo
Porsche Cayenne Turbo /

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Porsche 911 R
Porsche 911 R /

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Porsche 911 GT3 Touring Package
Porsche 911 GT3 Touring Package /

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The Porsche Passport subscription program will be rolled out in pilot mode in Atlanta, Georgia, from November 2017. Following that, the carmaker will expand to remaining markets. A one-time fee of $500 is involved and customers can register through the Porsche Passport app available on both iOS and Android platforms.

All applicants will be put through reviews which includes background and credit checks. After all, no sane and sensible carmaker would like to see a bunch of car thieves or scam artists gaining from this on-demand subscription service.

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For more information about Porsche Passport, visit www.porschepassport.com or call 404-800-3173.

Source: Porsche Cars North America Media Central