DFW Elite Auto Rental.com Acquires Lamborghini Gallardo

DFW Elite Auto Rental.com announces the arrival of one of the very first Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder convertibles to hit the U.S.

The Gallardo Spyder is an important addition to DFW Elite Auto Rental.com's fleet and is the only Gallardo Spyder in rental inventory in the US. This significant inclusion reflects DFW Elite Auto Rental.com's commitment to be the premiere provider of hard to obtain, exotic, classic and luxury vehicles for rental.

Tipping the scales at 3462 pounds, the Gallardo Spyder can accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in 4.3 seconds, eventually reaching a maximum speed of 195 mph. Its 10-cylinder engine creates 520 hp (382 kw) at 8000 rpm.

"We want to create an unforgettable experience for our clients to 'Drive Your Dream,'" says Ron Sturgeon, founder of DFW Elite Auto Rental.com, "and what better way to keep our clients happy than by maintaining the most unique, varied and hard-to-obtain rental fleet in DFW?"

At $250,000, owning the Lamborghini convertible might be out of reach for many people, so DFW Elite Auto Rental.com offers the opportunity for anyone to experience the exhilarating speed, innovative technology and unparalleled design of the Gallardo Spyder.

"DFW Elite Auto Rental has been a good customer for some time, and we are pleased to see such a car offered to the public in an affordable environment, and I bet it is the only one in a rental fleet in the world," says Gary Seale, General Manager, Lamborghini of Dallas.

For more information, visit www.dfweliteautorental.com or contact the sales office at 1-817-838-RENT.

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