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Porsche Passport

Porsche is launching a program called Porsche Passport, a Netflix-style monthly subscription service where drivers can get Porsche´s on demand for $2,000-a-month. The app-based subscription service begins next month, and members can drive different Porsches for different needs or preferences, with insurance, maintenance and taxes all included in the monthly fee. All the user needs to do is choose the car: Cayman, Boxster, Macan, and Cayenne ($2,000/month package) or a 911 and Panamera ($3,000/month package), choose location and time of delivery, and Porsche will then deliver the car of choice directly to you. There are no limits on flips or mileage. 



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Grovemade HomePod Stand

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