What is the Porsche entry and drive feature?

Available as an option in several new Porsche models, like the roaring 718 Cayman or the legendary 911, Porsche Entry and Drive allows drivers to hop in and go when they’re in a rush in the Los Gatos area. Discover how this feature can increase your sense of ease and comfort when navigating the Bay Area in a Porsche.

Can you add Porsche entry and drive?

Yes you can buy and add it. The keyless option is a dummy key which always stay in the ignition chamber and receives signal from the original key in you pocket . When you approach the car the doors automaticly open and inside the car you just move the dummy key.

What is Porsche Comfort entry?

with comfort Access, you can leave the key in your pocket to unlock and lock the doors. Without it you have to push the button on your key fob to lock and unlock. All cars will allow you to start your car with key in pocket.

Why are Porsche not Keyless?

Amongst other things, Porsche Entry and Drive negates the need to put your key into your ignition lock. But you still need to start the car, so Porsche puts a semi-permanent ‘operating device’ (as they call it) in your ignition lock. All ICE cars with keyless entry still need you to start the engine.

Do you have to pay for Porsche Connect?

Porsche Car Connect Subscription Cost There is a subscription charge for most of the Porsche Connect services. The Porsche Car Connect subscription cost will vary based on the model of your car and which package you choose, though most packages are free for at least the first year. Prices start at $230 per year.

What is individual mode?

An increasingly popular option, individual mode allows the driver to alter certain settings to their specific preferences. This option offers the most flexibility to the driver, however, there are some limitations on the combinations you can select to ensure your drive remains safe and effective.

Why does Porsche have the key on left side?

Porsche, in typical German ingenuity, figured out a way to speed up the process. They relocated the ignition key to the left of the steering wheel. That meant that a driver could start the key with one hand as they put it into gear with the other.

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