Audi at home Launches in San Francisco, Miami

The Audi at home mobile app. Photo courtesy of Audi USA.
The Audi at home mobile app. Photo courtesy of Audi USA.

Audi at home, a vehicle sharing initiative, has launched in San Francisco and Miami. The carsharing program provides residences at select properties a way to experience the Audi brand.

LUMINA by Tishman Speyer, a luxury condominium project currently under construction in San Francisco, will be the first residential community on the West Coast to offer the service, according to Audi USA. In Miami, the Four Seasons Residences will provide the service on the East Coast.

The Audi vehicles are located at the specific residence — ready for residents to drive. The fleet includes the S7, S5 Cabriolet, SQ5, TT Roadster, Q7 and RS5 Cabriolet.

“Spontaneity, personalization and customization is core to the Audi at home service,” said Mark Del Rosso, Audi of America’s executive vice president and chief operating officer. “It provides residents a truly premium experience that suits their daily life and needs, whether it’s a car for a quick getaway out of the city or an extra vehicle for visiting guests.”

To make a reservation, interested residents register through the property’s concierge and use the Audi at home mobile website to reserve the vehicle. After using the vehicle, residents can return it to the property valet.

Audi at home is the second Audi mobility program to launch in the U.S. this year. Audi on demand started in San Francisco in April.

For more information, visit www.audiathome.com.

Comments

  1. John [ November 24, 2015 @ 08:06AM ]

    Interesting Test Drive opportunity

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