“Consumers enjoy the flexibility of on-demand services,” said Marc Ouayoun, President and CEO, Porsche Cars Canada. “With a history of fostering innovation, the brand is keen to provide an exclusive experience with its sports cars via Passport through a partnership between Porsche Smart Mobility Canada, Ltd and Pfaff Porsche in Vaughan.”
occur in other locations, such as a coffee shop or restaurant.
The IT backbone of the program will be managed by Clutch Technologies, who have been part of the pilot from the start. The expansion of Passport includes a new role for Porsche dealer partners in all five cities, who will oversee the customer experience and the fleet, including whiteglove vehicle delivery, and maintenance.
To sign up, interested customers can download the Porsche Passport app available on Apple and Android devices to apply for a membership, go to the website porschepassport.com, or call Porsche. Passport requires a one-time activation fee of $750 in Toronto, and membership approval is dependent on a background and driver profile check. Membership is on a monthly basis with no long-term commitment. Sign-up is now open for all five cities, with vehicle deliveries already available for Atlanta and shortly in the remaining locations. Once in the program, members can also use the Porsche Passport app to schedule same-day or future vehicle exchanges.