Porsche has launched a subscription service for its cars in the united states that allows drivers to access up to 22 different models.
The application of smart phone based on the scheme, called Porsche Passport, is initially launched in Atlanta, Georgia.
The monthly subscription costs $2000 (Â£1516) for the entry-level Launch package, which provides access to the eight models, including the 718 Boxster, The 718 Cayman, Cayenne and Macan S.
By comparison, 10,000 miles per year PCP in a Porsche 718 Boxster is Â£481, with a deposit of Â£10,800 and a last payment of Â£22,901.
The $3000 (Â£2274) to Accelerate the package increases the availability for the 22 models, including the 911 Carrera S, Cayenne S E-Hybrid, the Macan GTS, and the Panamera 4S.
Included in the price are road tax and registration, insurance and maintenance. $500 (Â£379) the membership fee is also charged.
Cars can be delivered or picked up by the subscriber, with same-day pick-ups or future arrangements available through the application.
There is No limit of mileage, although membership is not dependent on background and credit check. The scheme starts in November.
Volvo has also launched a subscription service for their upcoming XC40 small SUV.
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