The best places to rent a supercar – from Lamborghinis to Jaguars

A Lamborghini

Don’t mind if we do (Image: Starr Luxury Cars)

Owning our own supercar is a luxury most of us will never experience in our lives.

But who says you can’t ride one? Well now you can. Admittedly, this isn’t the cheapest way to travel, but for a special trip it could be worth every penny.

Here are the top luxury car rental companies of the moment.

Get ready to zoom into the sunset in style.

Rigid luxury cars

best for: the supercar experience

Feeling extra chic? Whether you’re looking for a flashy Bugatti, a head-turning Lamborghini, a fast Ferrari, or just want to fulfill your James Bond fantasies in an Aston Martin, this rental service will help you achieve your supercar dreams.

Do you want to be eye-catching and eco-friendly? No problem. The fleet is now 20 per cent electric, with vehicles like the Porsche Taycan starting at around £1,500 for at least two days. With a fleet of more than 120 cars, including less staggeringly expensive offerings from Audi, BMW and Tesla, this prestigious service has ‘Boujee’ written all over it.

Incidentally, this is also the only car rental where you can get behind the wheel of a 1964 911 Porsche Electric Signature Gulf Edition (worth over £250,000).

Movie fans will also love the Fast & Furious Batmobile and Vin Diesel’s Shelby GT500. If you really want the A-list experience, you can hire a chauffeur to get you from A to B.

From £870.

The end

On road

On the way (Image: David Shepherd Photographer)

Best for: affordable luxury experience

While the top-range Rovers and Jags are usually reserved for A-listers, The Out offers the not-so-affluent a chance to taste the sweet nectar of luxury driving.

Essentially an ultra-premium version of Zipcar without showing your rental status, The Out will deliver a Range Rover or Jaguar right to your door in just two hours (depending on location and availability) – and free if you live in London or Manchester .

The app or web-based booking system is simple: enter your zip code, select your preferred delivery and collection time, and you’ll be presented with a choice of opulent automobiles ranging from the Range Rover Evoque and Range Rover Sports PHEV to the Jaguar I- Pace and F-Type Convertible.

Once you’ve selected free extras like a child seat or bike rack, your ride will stop at the specified time and place. Even better, if you don’t feel like refilling at the end of the trip, they’ll do it for you at pump price.

From £163 per day. Get the app for iOS or Android.

tower

Turo Car Rental https://turo.com/

Travel like a boss (Image: Turo)

Best for: the luxurious electric experience

If you’re looking for a luxury electric car designed to help you on your eco-friendly mission to get the environmental benefits of not owning a car, look no further than Turo.

The self-proclaimed “Airbnb for cars” offers peer-to-peer digital convenience, giving users pay-as-you-go access to electric and hybrid vehicles owned by ordinary people. Simply search for the vehicle type via the app or website. Maybe a Tesla Model 3 or a BMW i3? Or how about an Audi e-tron?

Aside from eco-friendly rides, the San Francisco-based platform operates in 56 countries and has more than ten million users.

Automotive editor Phill Tromans says: Some cities are running clean air zone initiatives that offer you discounted parking rates if you drive an electric car. In London, many boroughs offer electric car drivers a free 12-month parking permit, and many local authorities in the UK have similar policies.

In Milton Keynes, for example, green CMK parking permits allow you to park for free in any of the council’s 15,000 purple parking bays. It’s also worth checking with your municipality to see if they offer free parking while you charge your electric car at a public charging station.

Most large supermarkets now have reserved spots for electric cars to charge while you shop, so you can snag a spot when your diesel-driving neighbor can’t.

From £37 per day.


Ask Cazoo’s car doctor: automotive editor Phil Tromans

Can I park for free if I drive an electric car?

A small orange electric car plugged into a street charging point, Covent Garden, London UK

It’s worth checking out (Image: Alamy)

Some cities have clean air zone initiatives that offer you discounted parking rates if you drive an electric car.

In London, many boroughs offer electric car drivers a free 12-month parking permit, and many local authorities in the UK have similar policies.

In Milton Keynes, for example, green CMK parking permits allow you to park for free in any of the council’s 15,000 purple parking bays.

It’s also worth checking with your municipality to see if they offer free parking while you charge your electric car at a public charging station. Most large supermarkets now have reserved spots for electric cars to charge while you shop, so you can snag a spot when your diesel-driving neighbor can’t.

MORE : Ferrari’s first four-door SUV is a prancing horse for all seasons

MORE : Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen react to delay in FIA decision on Red Bull spending

https://metro.co.uk/2022/10/07/the-best-places-to-hire-a-supercar-from-lamborghinis-to-jags-17512987/ The best places to rent a supercar - from Lamborghinis to Jaguars

Justin Scacco

InternetCloning is an automatic aggregator of the all world’s media. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials, please contact us by email – admin@internetcloning.com. The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Related Articles

Back to top button