Hertz Adds New Porsche SUV to Dream Cars Collection
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Renting a luxury car can help take a great vacation or business trip to the next level, and Hertz has introduced another exotic car to its fleet, the Porsche Macan Turbo.
In a report from Hertz Global Holdings Inc., the company announced Tuesday that it had added the Porsche luxury crossover SUV to its Dream Cars collection, a fleet of rentable ultra-high-end performance vehicles.
While the Porsche Macan Turbo isn’t the traditional sports car, the SUV blends everyday usability and the company’s renowned sports-car heritage. With a 400 horsepower twin-turbo V6 engine and race-inspired handling, the all-wheel drive vehicle is an ideal ride for any fan of performance engineering.
The Porsche Macan Turbo will be available to customers at the Los Angeles, San Francisco, Ft. Lauderdale, Miami and Denver airports.
released a statement about the new luxury vehicle:
“With the expansion of Hertz Dream Cars to include the turbo variant of this extremely popular, bold crossover SUV, we are bringing customers the best options available in luxury cars," said Hertz senior vice president Tom Frese. "Hertz is continuing to redefine the premium car rental experience, offering a truly unique selection of the finest vehicles on the planet.”
For customers looking to rent a luxury car, the addition of the luxury crossover SUV increases the number of Porsche models available, including 911, Panamera, Cayenne, Boxster and Cayman.
In addition to multiple Porsche models being available, Hertz customers can also rent other brands from the Dream Cars collection, including Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Land Rover, Jaguar and more.
For more information on Hertz’s Dream Cars collection, check out the company’s official website. The company also boasts other classifications of high-end rentals, including the Prestige collection, the Adrenaline Collection and the Green Traveler collection.
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