In an attempt to maintain some sales at the time of the second containment, Porsche launches in France the “9.11” service which allows to order online its future vehicle.
Since October 30, when the second containment came into force in France, car dealerships have been closed to the public. It is therefore impossible to wander around in the hope of finding your next car. Only visits by appointment are allowed, to take delivery of a new vehicle previously ordered.
Order your future new or used Porsche online
Under these conditions, manufacturers are adapting and organizing themselves to try to limit breakage on the sales front. This is how Porsche is launching today on the French market the “9.11” service, a “new digital solution for ordering new and used vehicles available in stock”.
Until now, the Porsche site has already enabled future buyers of the brand to discover the stocks of new and used vehicles available at the various Porsche Centres and to contact them if necessary. “From now on, they can also order the selected vehicle directly from the site,” explains the manufacturer.
“This new digital solution allows customers to initiate the purchasing process for their future vehicle online, regardless of where and when,” said Marc Meurer, President of Porsche France.
More than 900 vehicles available
More than 900 vehicles are currently available in “Click & Collect” on the site. The reservation deposit for the confirmation of the order can be paid directly on the site online, via a Porsche customer area. The final conclusion of the contract will take place at the Porsche Centre.