The German based automaker Porsche has recently announced a new program, called the Porsche Driving Experience, where it’s offering winter driving lessons in the Arctic Circle, with the program and prices being already released.
According to the car manufacturer, future payers of the Porsche Driving Experience will be able to choose from winter driving lessons on ice, in Finland, or normal driving lessons, on asphalt, in South Africa.
Porsche is taking the driving lessons to a new “stage” by offering both theory and practice lessons which will be targeted around three levels: Precision, Performance and Master, for the price of 3.790 EUR with the “experience” going on for five days.
The German automaker says that the price includes four nights at a premium hotel with breakfast and dinner included, transport from the airport to the hotel, high-precision driving lessons, training with the Porsche Sport Driving School instructors and attending the snowmobile Porsche “Olympic Games”.
Porsche is rivaling Ferrari’s winter driving lessons in Aspen, Colorado, where the Italian automaker is offering the new FF to enthusiasts who will have to pay 11.400 USD before they will be able to get behind its wheel and take it for a spin on ice.