I can believe there are some professional athletes who live more frugally than others, so it's possible one may have driven a Macan for a number of years and racked up some miles.Yes the car was one owner and was traded into Porsche in May of 2020 with 80k miles the original owner had the car from May of 2015 until May 2020 and then traded it into Porsche and the current dealer has the car now which he used as a personal company vehicle for the last year so it was never registered as a personal vehicle so it doesn’t list as an owner, the carfax report doesn’t have much of a service history listed which is slightly concerning only the transfer case being replaced at 75k miles under Porsche warranty is on the report as well as a maintenance inspection when it was traded in, the current dealer which is also a mechanic did a full service of the car when he got it last year and said he also doesn’t have the history of the car other than it was owned by a pro baseball player in Miami so with that information I feel like it is highly doubtful that I will be able to get in touch with the original owner, but that also makes me feel like he wouldn’t of been the kind of person who would neglect maintenance, but that is just speculation.
However, the belief that the owner of a Porsche dealership in the United States of America, who can drive pretty much any Porsche for essentially nothing out of pocket, would choose to drive a 5 year old Macan with 80K miles (for an entire year!) makes absolutely no sense to me.
I think you'd get push back if this was even given out as a loaner. Maybe this was a shuttle car, or something techs went and used to pick up parts?