Enterprise Expands Exotic Car Collection Locations

The Audi R8 Spyder is one of the luxury vehicles available in Enterprise Rent-A-Car's Exotic Car Collection. Photo courtesy of Audi.
The Audi R8 Spyder is one of the luxury vehicles available in Enterprise Rent-A-Car's Exotic Car Collection. Photo courtesy of Audi.

In the past six months, Enterprise Rent-A-Car has opened seven new Exotic Car Collection locations, including its first branch in Canada. The collection features a selection of premium, high-end rental vehicles.

Exotic Car Collection branches have opened in Austin, Washington, D.C., Nashville, Tenn., Houston (two locations), Phoenix and Toronto, according to Enterprise.

“This rapid growth is evidence of the strong demand we continue to see for luxury rentals,” said Brice Adamson, Enterprise’s senior vice president who oversees the Exotic Car Collection. “We now have nearly 30 branches in operation, and we’re particularly pleased to expand our reach into whole new regions of North America, including our first Canadian location.”

Launched in 2006, the Exotic Car Collection offers more than 70 makes and models of luxury and high-end performance cars, with rentals starting at $175 to $200 per day.

“Customers rent from the Exotic Car Collection for a wide variety of occasions — from people who want to add a special touch to a big event, to travelers who want to enjoy their vacation in style, to business executives entertaining clients,” said Adamson. “We also work with movie studios looking to rent premium vehicles to use in film production and with insurance companies and dealerships whose customers have their high-end personal vehicles in the shop for repair.”

Exotic Car Collection renters also receive delivery and collection of vehicle rentals for customers in nearby areas.

For more information, visit http://exoticcars.enterprise.com/.

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