Rebecca Lindland | April 1, 2020
No one is immune from the devastating effects of the coronavirus pandemic, and automotive brands are responding with assistance to prospective and existing customers.
Porsche Cars North America (PCNA) and Porsche Financial Services (PFS) are rolling out programs to support customers and dealers alike in the midst of the COVID-19 chaos. These measures include temporary customer payment relief, incentivizing home delivery, expanding online retailing capabilities, and reducing operational costs for its 192 independently owned and operated U.S. dealers.
Despite widespread national efforts to tamp down the coronavirus, the infection rate continues to climb, impacting both personal and professional lives. No industry is spared, and the automotive sector, including its suppliers, dealers, and repair shops, is no exception. Porsche is using its significant media presence and corporate resources to stem the tide of the virus, flexing its expertise in everything from creating efficient processes to deploying its highly trained personnel to the front lines of the disease.
Here’s a look at what Porsche is doing in the U.S. and abroad, including the company’s coronavirus car payment plans.
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