Silvercar Adds Audi Q5 SUV to Its Fleet

Photo of Audi Q5 courtesy of Audi.
Photo of Audi Q5 courtesy of Audi.

Silvercar is kicking off the New Year with by introducing SUVs to it fleet, the company announced. 

The all-new, award-winning Audi Q5 hits the Silvercar app at select locations in January giving families, adventure-seekers, and business travelers a new way to explore. Audi Q5 SUVs can be reserved at nine Silvercar locations, with additional markets rolling out through July.

Audi A4 sedans will continue to be available at all 18 locations nationwide. Now, with two fully-loaded Audi vehicles and a seamless mobile-first booking experience, Silvercar continues to deliver on its promise of premium mobility solutions and hassle-free access to personal transportation when consumers travel.

Since being acquired by Audi in 2017, the company has opened several new airport locations, including Salt Lake City, Orlando, Fla., and Seattle, with plans to launch five additional airport locations over the next six months, including San Diego and Tampa, Fla.

The best-selling Audi Q5 offers excellent driving dynamics with elevated design and advanced technology, and provides customers with great versatility. The SUV boasts cutting-edge features like quattro all-wheel drive, Audi virtual cockpit with Google Earth, Audi smartphone interface, and Audi drive select, which allows drivers to choose from five different modes to tailor their Audi Q5 to suit their driving style.

The sleek vehicle is an IIHS Top Safety Pick and received Best Auto Tech award from Kelley Blue Book.   

Audi Q5 vehicles are now available at the following nine locations: Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Miami, Orlando, Denver, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Phoenix, Seattle, and Salt Lake City.

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