Hertz Adds Tesla Model S to U.S. Dream Cars

The Hertz Corp. has added the all-electric Tesla Model S to its U.S. Dream Cars collection.

With this addition, consumers in select markets are now able to rent both the Tesla Model S and Tesla Roadster along with a variety of other luxury vehicles — from Ferrari to Lamborghini to Porsche and Mercedes-Benz — offered in Hertz's Dream Cars, a line of high-end performance vehicles.

"Customer and industry support for Hertz's Dream Cars has been overwhelming, so adding the Tesla Model S to the already outstanding fleet was an easy choice," said Mark P. Frissora, Hertz chairman and CEO. "The ability to offer a truly unique driving experience to Hertz customers is a thrill, and the addition of this vehicle shows the passion we have in offering the best and most diverse fleet to our customers."

The Tesla Model S will be available in California — at San Francisco and Los Angeles airports — and are the 85kWh model, capable of 265 miles on one charge. The all electric, zero emissions car can go 0-60 mph in 4.2 seconds. The Tesla Model S was named Motor Trend's 2013 Car of the Year and received NHTSA's 5-star safety rating.

Offered in 35 markets including Los Angeles, Miami and Las Vegas, Hertz Dream Cars include high-end performance vehicles such as the Aston Martin V8 Vantage, Bentley Continental GT, SRT Viper, Ferrari (California, F430), Lamborghini Gallardo and Porsche (911, Cayenne, Boxster, Panamera).

For more information, visit http://hertzdreamcars.com/.

Comments

  1. DrTaras [ September 30, 2013 @ 06:03AM ]

    GetAround dot com also has Tesla rentals via a peer to peer network and you can even find a TESLAinLA

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