Lotus Evora Offered as Hertz Rental Car

Usually, when you think about renting a car, the first thing that comes to mind is a drive which is nothing short of dull. However, this isn’t always the case, as certain rental companies choose to offer their customers a special experience. One of these companies is Hertz, which has recently expanded its collaboration with Lotus. This means that Hertz’s rental car fleet in multiple European markets will include the Lotus Evora.

The move marks the debut of the company’s new “Adrenaline” range, which is part of Hertz’s Fun Collection in Germany, Spain and the UK, also joining the Fun Collection in France.

"We are pleased to extend our agreement with Hertz; the exclusive collaboration provides the perfect opportunity to make our stunning world class sports car available to the luxury rental market. The lightweight, mid-engined rear wheel drive configuration performs like no other and the 2 + 2 seated Lotus Evora is the perfect choice for those who desire exclusive and high performance motoring. Driving an Evora during a weekend will be an unforgettable experience for any sports car enthusiast," said Group Lotus plc Director of Sales Guillaume Chabin.

So, do you want to rent an Evora? Just go to one of the following locations: Hertz France's Biarritz, Bordeaux, Marseilles, Nice and Paris Charles De Gaulle airports and Paris Porte Maillot, Germany's Frankfurt Rhein-Main and Munich airports, Italy's Rome Fiumicino and Milan Linate airports, Spain's Madrid and Barcelona airports and Madrid, Barcelona and Marbella downtown locations, and the UK's London Heathrow airport.

Before we end this story and let you prepare for your drive, we have to tell you that the fun will set you back at least 250 euros per day.
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