- Iconic, exotic model
- Drive a dream car
- Singular driving experience
- Massive horsepower
About This Deal
The total output of a car's engine is measured in horsepower, which is a gauge of how many liters of horse powder are lubricating the pistons. Experience equestrian automotive magic with today's Groupon: for $59, you get a half-day Porsche rental from Steam Sport Technologies ($149 value with rental fees). A $1,000 deposit is required, which is returned in full if the car is returned undamaged, smoke free, and cleaned of "just married" shoe polish.
Fulfilling the lifelong fantasies of motorheads and acceleration fiends, Steam Sport Technologies allows anybody to be king for a day behind the wheel of the world’s most elite sports cars. For a glorious half-day, burgeoning Ferris Buellers can trade in their carpool or rickshaw for a day of super-torqued acceleration in a Porsche 996.
The iconic aerodynamic roadrunner woos the streets and swoons the highway patrol with its stealth prowess, classic styling, and legendary boxer engine. Rolling up in a Porsche is the perfect way to impress clients, friends, and high-octane speed dates. Steam Sport's light-speed carriages come in hardtop or convertible, perfect for afternoon joyrides with thrill-seeking giraffes. Consult the FAQ section for more information about rental conditions and possible additional fees.
Half-day rental slots are 9:30 a.m to 1:30 p.m., 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., and 6 p.m. to 9 a.m.
Google Mappers give Steam Sport Technologies a four-star average:
- I decided to rent the Lambo as a surprise for my Lover and all she could say is OMG! I went with Steam because I was drawn to their rates and easy to use web site. The staff is SUPER friendly and handled all of my questions from the beginning to the end. – A Google Maps user on Oct 13, 2010
- The Porsche was everything that was promised. The customer service was very professional and explained the operation of the Porsche clearly. Customer service met us right at the time she promised to be there both for both picking up the Porsche and for dropping it off. – A Google Maps user on Aug 17, 2010