Porsche is adding the Taycan to its subscription program, allowing the EV-curious to book anything from an hour to several months behind the wheel of the performance sedan – as long as they’re in the right area. Launched in late 2017, Porsche Drive includes access to a vehicle, plus insurance, servicing, delivery, and all other costs bar fueling – or charging – it up, as the automaker flirts with ways to pull in new drivers.
The addition of the Taycan brings the Porsche Drive line-up to seven models.
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