Tesla Goes Full Rental
However, there are ways for people who don’t want to sink 70 grand into a new electric vehicle to get behind the wheel of one, at the very least. Short of actually test-driving one of the cars, Hertz Global Holdings (NYSE:HTZ) is offering a more long-term prospect — it’s added Tesla to its roster at select rental locations in California.
Hertz has long boasted a fleet of high-performance vehicles for those wanting more than the average Chevy Malibu can provide. Ferraris and Lamborghinis are also available under the company’s Dream Cars program, which has just inducted the Model S, as well — but only at two airports in California. At least, for now.
offers a very viable solution.
Moreover, Tesla’s Roadster — the company’s first car that really shook up the way people think about electric vehicles — will be making an appearance in the same program. This is especially exciting, given that the Roadster is no longer in production.
But if you’re interested in renting one, make sure you get your name down early — Hertz has just five Teslas total at the two California airports (Los Angeles and San Francisco).
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