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News Porsche Drive Subscription Program Lands in Montreal

Porsche Drive Subscription Program Lands in Montreal

Porsche Drive allows freedom and flexibility, and for many, is a great way to turn a dream into reality

  • The program provides members with easy access to vehicles via a digital platform.

  • The rental service enables weekend, daily, or weekly bookings for members.

While many of us can’t afford to purchase a $115,000 Porsche 911, treating oneself to one for a few days for about $500/day can be an option. The Porsche Drive program, which has just arrived in Montreal, offers a number of plans to make the dream of driving some of the greatest sports cars in the world a possibility.

2021 Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo | Photo: Porsche

Via a subscription service, Porsche will provide access to a fleet of their vehicles including the 911 and the all-electric Taycan for periods of one day to several months.

“More than a manufacturer of exclusive sports cars, Porsche is a purveyor of sporty mobility,” said Marc Ouayoun, President & CEO of Porsche Cars Canada, Ltd. “With over 450 first deliveries in Canada since the program’s inception, Porsche Drive is back in the greater Montreal area, with an extended offering of flexible and convenient alternatives to conventional vehicle ownership.”

The Porsche Drive Single-Vehicle Subscription launched in late 2020 and offers members access to a vehicle for one to three months for an all-inclusive monthly fee. A multi-vehicle subscription plan will soon arrive in Montreal as well. For a flat fee, members can drive a 718, Macan, Cayenne, Panamera, or the all-electric Taycan.

The new Porsche Drive Rental program is designed for customers seeking a shorter-term engagement. With a 400km/day allowance and at a fee of between $319 for a Macan to $539 for a 911, customers can borrow a vehicle for a day or a few weeks depending on their desires.

If you are in the Montreal area and are interested, you can sign up and apply for a membership at

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Matt St-Pierre
Trained as an Automotive Technician, Matt has two decades of automotive journalism under his belt. He’s done TV, radio, print and this thing called the internet. He’s an avid collector of many 4-wheeled things, all of them under 1,500 kg, holds a recently expired racing license and is a father of two. Life is beautiful. Send Matt an emai


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