Enterprise Adds Aston Martin to Exotic Car Collection

Aston Martin DB9. Photo courtesy of Enterprise Holdings.
Aston Martin DB9. Photo courtesy of Enterprise Holdings.

Enterprise Rent-A-Car has announced an agreement with Aston Martin that brings the DB9 and Rapide S sports cars to Enterprise’s Exotic Car Collection in select U.S. locations.

Beginning now, Aston Martins will be added to the Exotic Car Collection fleet at locations in Atlanta, Houston, Orlando, Dallas, San Francisco, Southern California, Naples, Miami, Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Las Vegas.

“We pride ourselves on providing high-end renters with access to some of the most sought-after vehicles on the planet, and our consistent growth continues to reinforce strong demand for these luxury rentals,” said Brice Adamson, senior vice president of Enterprise Holdings. “This agreement with Aston Martin is a terrific addition to our Collection. We’re confident that these iconic cars will be a big hit, and we can’t wait to get our customers into them.”

Founded in 2006, the Exotic Car Collection was created to meet customer demand for luxury vehicle rentals. Currently, there are more than 30 U.S. locations.

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