Audi on Demand Opens First German Location

Photo courtesy of Audi
Photo courtesy of Audi

Audi on demand, a smartphone-based daily rental service, has opened its first location in Germany at the Munich Airport.

Users can choose a specific model and book their Audi for as long or as little as they need it, according to the company. The service starts with a one‑hour minimum. It has hourly rates, with no mileage cap.

Audi on demand is one of the brand’s four usage models: Audi select allows customers to choose between different models for an all‑inclusive rate; Audi at home, a mobility solution for those living in megacities; and Audi shared fleet for intelligent management of company cars. These services have been launched internationally in places such as Hong Kong, the U.S., and Denmark.

In the spring of 2015, San Francisco became the first location for Audi on demand. myAudi Sphere opened in mid‑2016 at Munich Airport, where it is the central hub for Audi on demand.

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