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Rent a swanky Audi R8 V10 with ‘Eco Rent a Car’

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New Delhi : ECO Rent a Car, a leading car rental and ground transportation company has now introduced the Audi R8 V10 Plus to its fleet of premium cars for self-driving, as well as fancy purposes like photo shoots, video shoots, special appearances and others.

The exclusive Sepang Blue Matt Finish with black interiors will be available for rent at Rs. 5000 per hour with Rs. 300 extra per km over 10 free km. The luxury machine will be available on a pick and drop facility from its Defence Colony location and can be sent to different cities as per the customer’s requirements.

By introducing this lavish machine to its long list of exotic cars, Eco Rent a Car aims to fulfill every consumer’s dream of driving in style. A refundable deposit of Rs. two lakh will be taken for security purposes for renting the car.

“The Indian luxury car market is witnessing significant demand and is expected to grow at a rate of 15 percent per annum in 2015-2018. This has impacted the rental business for luxury cars as well thanks to young India’s growing aspirations to lead global lifestyles,” said MD, ECO Rent a Car, Aditya Loomba.

“Realizing the need to aid this premium lifestyle, we offer the widest range of exotic and classy cars. In fact, we are the first among our competitors in Asia to introduce this new high speed machine by Audi for those who have longed to enjoy a first-hand experience of supercars. We are catering to their variegated needs from self-drive to visual presentation purposes as the pioneer in luxury mobility solutions,” added Aditya Loomba.

Running successfully for more than four decades since 1974, ECO Rent a Car happens to be the only company in India today to own cars and coaches across all categories including Stretched Limousines catering to the needs of a smorgasbord of travelers.

Eco Rent a Car functions with over 2500 vehicles across all categories. It transports a record number of 20,000 passengers every day. It operates from nine cities with its services spread across 79 cities pan India. A brick and mortar company that is built on the part-owned/part-aggregation model, its proprietary technology and processes are delivering the best-in-class user interface across mobile and web platforms. (ANI)

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