Hertz Launches Dream Cars Rental Program

The Hertz Corp. today announced the launch of Hertz Dream Cars, a line of high-end performance rental vehicles.

"The launch of Hertz Dream Cars gives consumers the opportunity to experience luxury travel at its finest," said Mark P. Frissora, Hertz chairman and CEO. "The experience starts with a choice at select rental locations of some of the finest vehicles built on the planet. Additionally, the Dream Cars experience extends from special reservation channels to being greeted by a Hertz representative at the airport terminal, to a rental vehicle in pristine condition. ..."

With the Hertz Dream Car VIP rental experience, Hertz will either personally meet customers at their airport terminal and give them a one-on-one orientation to the car or deliver the car directly to the customer. Rental cars in this luxury collection include Aston Martin V8 Vantage, Audi R8, Bentley Continental GT, Lamborghini Gallardo, SRT Viper and Tesla Model S.

Hertz is offering Dream Cars in 35 markets, including Los Angeles, St. Louis, Chicago, Miami and Las Vegas - expanding the availability for consumers around the country.

To make a reservation and to view a full list of Dream Cars locations and rental options, visit www.hertzdreamcars.com.

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