Hertz Now Offering Luxury Cars in the U.K.

Drivers in the U.K. will now be able to rent luxury cars through Hertz, according to a press release.

Hertz is partnering with Première Velocity, allowing customers to drive luxury cars at a 5% discount when they book via www.hertzsupercars.com.

The Lamborghini LP560-4 Bicolore, Porsche Carrera 4 GTS Cabriolet, Ferrari 458 Italia, Range Rover Evoque and Mercedes S Class Brabus are only available to renters through the Première Velocity service. Other available luxury cars include the Rolls Royce Phantom, the Ferrari 458 Italia, Lamborghini Aventador, Mercedes SLS AMG Roadster, and McLaren MP4.

Michel Taride, president of Hertz International and executive vice-president of Hertz Corp., said the new partnership complements Hertz’s own existing Prestige Collection of luxury vehicles. 

Starting prices for the Mercedes C63 AMG is from £201.25 and the Audi R8 from £362.25, with a 5% discount for booking through www.hertzsupercars.com. The full Première Velocity collection of super, sports, luxury, prestige and 4x4 cars will be available for as low as £150 per day. Customers can be provided with a meet-and-greet service that delivers cars to an agreed location such as home, hotel, office or airport.

Première Velocity and Hertz luxury cars are available for rent by customers over 25 years of age and with no more than six points on their driving license.

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