Travelers arriving at the airport can rent one of six Tesla Model S through the UFOdrive app.
 - Photo courtesy of UFOdrive. 

Travelers arriving at the airport can rent one of six Tesla Model S through the UFOdrive app.

Photo courtesy of UFOdrive. 

UFOdrive, a Luxembourg-based self-service car rental startup, has opened its first rental location in Germany, 40 meters from Hamburg Airport's Terminal 1 Arrivals.

Travelers arriving at the airport can rent one of six Tesla Model S through the UFOdrive app. Registration, booking the car, vehicle inspection, and unlocking the Tesla are all done through the app.

With a fleet of comprised solely of electric vehicles, travelers can rent a Tesla Model S starting at 119 euros ($134) per day; a Nissan Leaf starts at 59 euros ($66) and Jaguar I-Pace starts at 129 euros ($146) per day.

UFOdrive has previously opened two locations, one at the Luxembourg Airport and one at the Brussels Airport. On its website, the company shows plans of expanding across Europe in 2019, with rental sites slated to open in Dublin, Vienna, Geneva, and Copenhagen, among other locations. 

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