The 'Porsche Drive' program will give customers access to single Porsche model for one or three months in the US, however the service is unlikely to be offered in Australia anytime soon.   
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Porsche is trialling a Netflix- and Spotify-inspired subscription model in the automotive market.

Starting September 25, the “Porsche Drive” subscription program will allow customers in several US cities to drive a Porsche for between one and three months for an all-inclusive fee.

The Porsche Macan SUV is the cheapest model available. It is priced from US$1500 per month (approximately AU$2000).

The Porsche 911 sports car is the most expensive. It is priced from US$2600 per month (approximately AU$3500).

The Panamera, Cayenne, Boxster, and Cayman models are also offered.

A US$595 (approximately AU$815) “activation fee” must be paid for all one-month rentals, however this is waived on three-month contracts.

“Porsche Drive” will be offered alongside the brand's existing fleet and rental programs.

However, a similar service is unlikely to be offered in Australia anytime soon.

A spokesperson for Porsche Australia told CarAdvice “we are monitoring this space, but currently have no confirmed plans to introduce such a concept.”