Taiwan-based car rental service CarRental has reportedly refused to let customers rent a new Porsche 919.
According to a statement released by CarRenters, the company has been informed that a new 919 is being developed by Porsche’s design team, and that the car has yet to be approved.
“The company is working on a solution that will allow all customers to rent the new Porsche in our stores, which will be available in time,” the statement said.
“This will also enable us to offer the best car rental experience for all our customers, as well as provide a platform for our customers to share the knowledge and experiences they have gained through their experience with CarRenter.”
Porsche, a company whose history dates back to the 1920s, was founded in 1989 and has had its roots in the automotive industry since its founding.
The company’s cars, which are manufactured in the US, have been popular with enthusiasts, but they have also been plagued with issues and problems over the years.
In 2015, the German manufacturer announced that it was planning to discontinue the company.