Porsche Leipzig starts premium car rental in the trade fair city

Porsche will in future also offer the premium rental “Porsche Drive” in Leipzig. From June, selected models from the Porsche fleet will be available for rental.

Porsche Drive, Leipzig, 2020, Porsche AG | 911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet (left) | Macan GTS (right) – (photo by Porsche)

The loan period is flexible – up to 28 days are possible. Reservations can be made from today.


The offer is aimed at existing and new Porsche customers. Interested parties must register onceporsche.de/driveregister and can then reserve your desired model. A minimum age of 25 years is required to participate in the rental program. The tenant must also have had a driver’s license for at least five years. A credit card is required for booking and billing. Collection and return take place in the customer center of the Leipzig Porsche factory. The rental prices start at 199 euros for a rental period of three hours and vary depending on the vehicle model.

“We are delighted to be able to offer new access to our brand with ‘Porsche Drive’ in Leipzig,” says Jens Walther, Head of Sales and Marketing at Porsche Leipzig GmbH. “With the new offer, we are offering the Leipzig region an opportunity to experience the fascination of Porsche on the road. This applies to both interested parties and existing customers who want to drive a different model.”

Demand for new mobility services continues to grow

With the expansion of the global range of mobility services, Porsche is responding to changing customer requirements and the trend towards digital and individual selection. The sports car manufacturer also makes vehicles available for shorter periods. First started at the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart in 2014, “Porsche Drive” is now also available through dealers in France, Switzerland, Japan and the USA. In Germany, the offer is currently available at five locations: in addition to Leipzig, in Hamburg, Stuttgart, Berlin and on Sylt.

Contact the author: andrewhawkins@wheelsjoint.com


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