The INs and OUTs of Renting a Lamborghini
If your interest is in sports cars or hypercars, we thought we’d make a case for renting a Lamborghini, along with some of the basic renting process information
You desire to drive a luxury car in Europe. That is now possible, easier and more affordable, whatever your circumstances. The better question is – which one? If your interest is in sports cars or hypercars, we thought we’d make a case for renting a Lamborghini, along with some of the basic renting process information.
So let’s go with the where first.
We operate out of urban centers in many European countries and are constantly working to expand our offer. Currently, this includes cities in Italy, Germany, Spain, Switzerland and Great Britain. You can find the complete list near the bottom of our landing page. We, of course, work to accommodate our clients and will work to get the car to you outside of these hubs. Please use our explore option or contact us directly for additional information.
On to the cost.
Costs will vary based on the model of the car and the local company, and are clearly visible when browsing the car profiles. We offer a range of prices for each model, and if you are on a budget, we would be happy to recommend options that best suit your particular needs and conditions. You will find some of what the specific models might cost further below and or you can browse our website.
Good. Now that that’s out of the way, the more relevant question – why should you rent a Lamborghini?
Three obvious reasons come to mind. Firstly, they are uniquely eye-catching. Out of all the sports car manufacturers out there the one you’re most likely to recognize, even if you’re one of those people who think that a bicycle is just as good as long as you reach your destination in a timely fashion.
Which is wrong, obviously.
Secondly, they are fast. You won’t find a Lamborghini with less than 500bhp on offer and some, like the Aventador, are closer to 700bhp. Which translates into acceleration and top speed. Which translates into some of the most exhilarating driving experience a car can provide.
Lastly and, arguably most importantly, the history.
What Lamborghini bring to their automotive wonders is a philosophy of heart and passion, something rightfully prized by all true automotive aficionados. It all reportedly started in the 1960s at a meeting between Ferruccio Lamborghini, then a tractor manufacturer, and Enzo Ferrari. Lamborghini had harbored a passion for fast cars for most of his life, and had happily driven Ferraris, though he couldn’t help but notice they had a problem with the transmission system, which would break down far too quickly for his taste. Ferruccio had approached Enzo with the design flaw and the latter didn’t exactly appreciate a tractor mechanic offering input to a luxury car company owner. Words were exchanged which, within four months, gave birth to the Lamborghini 350 GTV, the first step towards Ferruccio’s dream of building luxury GT cars that would be suitable for the everyday road and everyday use – and would have a working clutch. This passion has transferred through the generations and changes of ownership, and is the driving force behind every Lamborghini model in existence.
Here’s what you could be driving in a matter of days.
Go native in Italy in the Lamborghini Huracan
The Huracan is among the latest models to come out and, along with its more fun sibling, the Huracan Spyder, is a joy to drive. But don’t be fooled, it’s still a choice between the Rolling Stones and the Red Hot Chilli Peppers backstage passes (we’ll let you decide which is which). It’s an aggressively gorgeous car, styled by wind tunnels, mathematics and a whole bunch of audacity, and it behaves entirely appropriately. It has all-wheel drive and a 5.0-liter V10 engine with 602 bhp and a top speed of 325 kmh and it emits a sound, not unlike a pack of wild stallions galloping down the open plains. It is a car whose full potential only comes out on the open road.
Fortunate, then, that most driving in Italy is done outside of urban centers, which can have very restrictive traffic laws, especially in tourist-packed city centers. Go for a tour of some of Italy’s famous countryside attractions, explore the coastline for the perfect beach or simply enjoy one of the best cars you will ever drive on appropriately Italian roads.
The Huracan costs upwards of €900 per day to rent. We operate out of Rome, Venice, Florence, Naples and many other Italian cities. Contact us for more information.
Consider the Alpine panoramic view from an open-top Lamborghini Gallardo
Between its mountainside, Alpine lakes nad picturesque cities, Switzerland offers some of the most beautiful attractions in Europe. How does one complete the experience? Why, in a Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder, of course.
It is the predecessor to the Huracan, but that doesn’t make it obsolete. It is just the right length for urban exploration, given the attitude most city councils have for parking space. It is also a callback to when cars weren’t designed mostly for maximum traction and downforce to compensate for eye-popping powerful engines. As a result, its design looks to be more eye-pleasing instead, something you can’t always say for more modern Lambos, or even to the same extent. It has a 5.0-liter V10 engine with 570 bhp and 324 kph.
Not too shabby, is it? Plus, it has the benefit of being a car you can drive through a quaint Swiss village high up in the Alps and not be entirely sure if you are enjoying the view or they are. All that, for upwards of €490 per day if you rent this Lamborghini Gallardo in Zurich for 7 days.
Experience roads without upper speed limits in Germany through the lens of the Huracan
Another Huracan? Yes, and for good reason. While Lamborghini offers faster models, you simply don’t need all that speed. What you do need is the greater versatility that the Huracan offers, especially relating to driving in the big cities. Regardless, if you do want to drive something more powerful, like the Aventador Roadster, we can help you with that as well.
This model of the Huracan offers the same performances, but costs less than the one in Italy, and stands at upwards of €720 per day. Which is, like, half price. All this, in Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Nuremberg, Munich and other locations.