Hertz Introduces 3 BMW Models to Dream Cars Collection

The BMW M5 is one of the new vehicles added to Hertz's Dream Cars Collection. Photo credit: BMW.
The BMW M5 is one of the new vehicles added to Hertz's Dream Cars Collection. Photo credit: BMW.

The Hertz Corp. has expanded its Dream Cars collection by introducing three new BMW models: the 650i Gran Coupe, 650i Convertible and the M5.

Joining the BMW M3 Convertible, the new BMWs are available in Hertz’s select U.S. markets, according to the company.

"Hertz Dream Cars is redefining the premium car rental experience, creating a valued rental experience for our discerning customers," said Mark P. Frissora, Hertz chairman and CEO. "The addition of the BMW 650i models and M5 allows us to deliver high-performance, premium rental options to our customers to meet their diverse needs. ..."

Hertz Dream Cars are offered in 35 markets including Los Angeles, Miami and Las Vegas. According to Hertz, the Dream Cars collection includes luxury vehicles such as Aston Martin V8 Vantage, Audi R8, Bentley Continental GT, Ferrari (California, F430), Lamborghini Gallardo and Porsche (911, Cayenne, Boxster and Panamera).

For more information, visit hertzdreamcars.com.

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