Sixt Launches Sports and Luxury Vehicles Website

Photo courtesy of Sixt
Photo courtesy of Sixt

Sixt rent a car has launched Sixt Sports & Luxury Cars, a platform for premium rental reservations complete with a new website.

Sixt Sports & Luxury Cars provides a fleet of luxury vehicles. In order to better serve its customers, Sixt has expanded its fleet capacity and set up a central reservation and advisory center, according to the company. Customers can request a premium model of their choice and contact multi-lingual staff members who specialize in premium vehicle rental.

The new website displays different vehicle models and offers information on the respective models, its manufacturers, and technical specifications.

"Sixt offers its customers first-class services, which we strive to constantly adapt to their requirements,” said Konstantin Sixt, sales executive at Sixt SE. “With the new and extended online appearance of Sixt Sports & Luxury Cars, we prove this once again. We were all dedicated to meeting the enthusiasm of our customers for luxury vehicles, which are often true car lovers, and to give them an ideal platform."


  1. Scott K [ March 7, 2017 @ 10:04AM ]

    An interesting company. The Enterprise of Germany. I've noticed that all senior management positions are held by Germans and US workers only get the lower wage hourly jobs. Interesting that they advertise heavily on job boards by rarely actually hire an American for these spots. Hmm...

  2. Ian Lawrence [ March 7, 2017 @ 10:20AM ]

    Wrong Mr Scott.
    I am Group Managing Director for Sixt in UK. I am British.
    Other country Managing Directors are also 'non-German'.
    Because Sixt is a relatively new business in USA we have a lot of German Senior Management in order to export the extremely successful business practices, ethics and culture of our mother business.
    Many other Senior Managers are non-German. We are a multi national business which makes no disctiction between nationality or creed.
    Assumptions can be dangerous - particularly when innacurste.

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