Furthermore, you can even get access to all 22 cars of Porsche as well.
Porsche has included everything with this subscription service.
You'll have to pass both a background and credit check to join, and there's a $500 membership activation fee, but take care of all that, and you'll be all set. Plus, that price includes tax, registration, insurance, maintenance, and detailing. This is one time fee which you have to pay before subscribing for any plans.
"Accelerate": Includes on-demand access to 22 model variants such as the Porsche 911 Carrera S, the Panamera 4S sports sedan, the Macan GTS and Cayenne S E-Hybrid SUVs, in addition to the vehicles offered in the "Launch" package, for a monthly fee of $3,000. The service will be fully available from the November month. Even the Boxster costs upwards of $46,000 in the United States market, and that's supposed to be one of the least expensive models. Users can schedule same day or future vehicle exchanges through the Porsche Passport app.
Furthermore, Automakers are anxiously waiting for such plans to offer to all the consumers who cannot afford a premium vehicle but they love to drive them for a limited period of time.
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This is not the first premium and sports auto subscription service by any means, but it is one of the first times it has been run directly through a major manufacturer.
Porsche is looking for a way to reach younger consumers whose shopping and transportation habits have been shaped by Silicon Valley giants like Uber Technologies Inc. and Airbnb Inc. Depending on how that goes, Porsche will consider expanding the service to other markets.
Since the competition in Automobiles industry is extremely high, people are looking for the best services from different giants.
Between high-end manufacturers testing out programs like this on the high end of the market; and car-sharing services picking up the low end of the market, it looks like the future of transportation doesn't have a whole lot of room for vehicle ownership in it. For more such updates, stay tuned with us.