In 2009, the European Commission launched a pilot project with three manufacturers to provide roadside assistance for the Porsche Panamera, Panamera Sport, and Panamera XE.
The project will be expanded to include other Porsche models in 2020.
In 2017, Porsche announced that the company will also introduce an on-demand roadside assistance service, the PAS.
The PAS will provide a car with its own personal assistance, including a roadside assistance specialist and other capabilities that will be available for the owners and their passengers.
This year, Porsche introduced a new version of its service that will offer a better user experience.
It will offer users the ability to access a list of vehicles available for assistance, as well as a map of the nearest roads.
The new service will also be available through a smartphone app, with the option to request a specific car.
In 2019, Porsche added an option to access the PAs roadside assistance on its smartphones.
Users can access the app from any of the Porsche services, such as the PES and PAS App.
The PAS service will become available for Porsche’s existing 911 models beginning in 2019, as part of a larger overhaul of its online customer service.
Porsche’s new PAS online customer support will be an extension of its existing online support, which will now offer online assistance to all of its 911 models starting in 2020, as detailed in the company’s blog.