Hertz First to Rent New Jaguar F-TYPE in Europe

The Hertz Corp. is now offering the two-seat convertible Jaguar F-TYPE for rental in Belgium, France, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands — with rights to exclusivity in Europe for six months. The Jaguar F-TYPE sports car ushers in the launch of Hertz Europe's new Dream Collection, a line of luxury vehicles.

Michel Taride, group president of Hertz International, said: "We are very proud to welcome the Jaguar F-TYPE in Europe as the launch car of our new Dream Collection for Europe, a line of high-end vehicles providing a premium car rental experience. This addition enhances our partnership with Jaguar Land Rover, a leading car manufacturer that has yet again reinvented the sport cars segment with its F-TYPE. Now our customers can live the dream of high performance motoring and pure driving enjoyment."

The Jaguar F-TYPE will be available to rent from Belgium (Brussels Airport), France (Nice Cote d’Azur International Airport, downtown Nice, Monaco, Saint-Tropez, Cannes, downtown Paris, Charles de Gaulle Airport and Paris Orly Airport), Germany (Frankfurt Airport and Munich Airport), Italy (Milan Malpensa Airport, Rome’s Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport and Olbia Airport) and the Netherlands (Amsterdam Schiphol Airport).

Depending on the location, rental rates for the Jaguar F-TYPE start from 250 euros per day. European customers can book online from their Hertz country website. And customers outside of Europe can make reservations by contacting the Hertz call center of their country, according to Hertz.

Bernard Kuhnt, regional director of Jaguar Land Rover Europe, said: "We are very pleased to present the all new F-TYPE through our strong partnership with Hertz. We are confident that Hertz customers will enjoy our thoroughbred sports car designed for ultimate performance and driver involvement."

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