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Porsche rental service launched in australia

You Can Now Jump Behind the Wheel of a Porsche 911 for Under $1,000

Porsche Cars Australia has officially launched their premium rental car service, offering buyers, fans, and enthusiasts the chance to jump behind the wheel of their dream car. While the Porsche Drive Rental car service has been available globally for years – with 60 locations across Europe, North America, and Japan – the launch of the product Downunder means locals can explore the latest models, including;

Loans can be accessed for short-term use including, day, weekend, and the entire week.

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“Porsche Drive Rental is the latest example of us introducing innovative products to the Australian market… This pilot program in Melbourne will give us tremendous insights into how we evolve this offering in Australia in future years,” said Daniel Schmollinger, Managing Director & CEO, Porsche Cars Australia.

The big question on your mind is probably “how much does this all cost”? And fair enough, we’re talking about some of the best sports cars on the planet here. First, you’ll need to peruse through the minimum requirements which are rather extensive.

Next is the exciting part, choosing your Porsche. Pricing varies between models, with a day in the Boxster S starting from $718 AUD, and a weekend running you the best part of $1400. At the top end of the spectrum, we have a weekend in the 911 Carerra S totalling $1799 AUD, but our pick of the bunch would be a weekend in the Taycan 4S for the same price. It’s a great opportunity to see if the All-Electric life is the life for you, and what better way than sitting in the best electric car money can buy, check out our personal experience via the link down below.

Bookings for the vehicles can be made right now via the link below, collection taking place via. Porsche Centre Melbourne is courtesy of a dedicated Porsche Drive Rental valet. Once the customer profile it’s as simple as choosing the preferred rental period, car, and dates.

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