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News The Porsche Drive Program Will Now Feature Single-Vehicle Subscription

The Porsche Drive Program Will Now Feature Single-Vehicle Subscription

The new Porsche Drive program will enable 30- to 90-day single model loans


  • This is a vehicle subscription plan that allows members access to Porsche products.

  • Formerly known as Porsche Passport, the new program will allow one-vehicle loans for an extended period.


The Porsche Passport program was launched in late 2019 and, for a subscription fee, enabled members to enjoy Porsche vehicles as they pleased. Now, for members in the Greater Toronto Area, extended loans of up to 90 days will now be possible thanks to Porsche Drive.

2021 Porsche 911 Turbo | Photo: Porsche

The idea of paying a flat monthly fee to gain access to a fleet of Porsche products is extremely appealing. There are two plans available and they are “Launch” and “Accelerate.” The former entitles the member to 718, Macan, and Cayenne model variants while the latter adds the 911 and Panamera.

“Expanding into new territories based on what our Canadian customers’ needs are is all part of our global strategy to continuously adapt while always remaining customer-centric,” states Marc Ouayoun, President & CEO of Porsche Cars Canada, Ltd. “With evolutions and advancements in technology and changing consumer behaviours, the inclusion of a single-vehicle subscription offers flexibility in accessing a Porsche.”

2021 Porsche Macan GTS – Porsche

It seems as though some members desired more time with a given model as Porsche has now introduced Porsche Drive which members within the GTA will be given access to a single Porsche model for a 30 or 90-day period.

Porsche also offers short-term rentals for one to three-day loans. Curious about the all-new fully-electric Porsche Taycan? You can rent one for $539/day with a 400km limit per day.

2021 Porsche 718 GTS 4.0
2021 Porsche 718 Boxster GTS | Porsche

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