Super Speeds in Germany with a Supercar for Hire
Fast Travels in Your Luxury Supercar Rental
Everyone dreams of driving a supercar in Germany, but few people get to make that vision a reality. You have the supreme pleasure of being able to live out your wildest imaginations in a luxury supercar. There’s nothing stopping you from enjoying the various scenic routes and naturally the famous German Autobahn in a fast-paced, luxury supercar.Among our large choice of supercars, we have selected for you these three high-performance cars:
Ferrari 488 GTB
The Ferrari 488 GTB features a 3.9-Litre twin-turbocharged mid-engined V8 engine. This 2-door, 2-seater supercar offers a dual-clutch 7-speed F1 Getrag gearbox. Built for speed, it has a sculptured body and an aerodynamic underbody for enhanced air flow control. Hit the Autobahn and sprint from 0 to 100km in 3 seconds. The 488 GTB, Gran Turismo Berlinetta, offers extreme power for drivers who are less experienced with race-track models. This is a great opportunity to experience a new thrill. Enjoy the pure Italian style with low sleek lines. The cabin is crafted for extreme sportiness with a racing style steering wheel with commands on wraparound satellite control pods.
The Lamborghini Huracan is powered by a mid-rear naturally aspirated 5.2-Litre V10 engine and a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission. Highlight numbers are top speeds of over 320km/h and 0 to 100km/h in only 2.5 seconds. This 2-door coupé offers 2 seats. With awards like ‘Supercar of the Year’ you cannot miss out on this opportunity to drive a sensation.
It wows with the pizazz of an iconic Italian car manufacturer. The interior is lavishly finished in genuine leather with racing style seating. Feel the power of a naturally aspirated V10 engine and the sound that sends shivers down your spine. Select your drive mode from Strada, Sport or Corsa Modes and hit the Autobahn.
Porsche 911 GT3
The Porsche 911 GT3 is the high-performance version of the 911 range. It features a 3.8-litre six-cylinder naturally-aspirated engine that uses lightweight titanium con-rods. It revs to 8,500 rpml and produces 435hp. Top speeds reach 308km/h and 0 to 100km/h in just 4.1 seconds. The transmission is a 6-speed manual gearbox. Seating will accommodate 2 people. If you desire an iconic brand, blistering speeds and show-stopping looks, this is the car for you. It handles like a race-track model with super-responsive steering and exceptional grip on twists and turns. Show off your skills on the Autobahn or, head for the race-track.
Traveling the Autobahn in your Supercar
Feel the need for speed
While not necessarily a destination, the Autobahn is the road you want to travel to experience what everyone in Germany talks about. Enter the Autobahn near a larger city like Berlin or Munich. You’ll take notice that despite what people say, there are actually speed limits in these areas. Typically they range from 50 to 80 mph and are smart considering all the dangerous curves and heavy traffic that you’ll encounter.
Once you travel beyond the congested areas, you’ll see the dynamic speed limits. These are displayed on electronic signs and are adjusted based on the road, weather and traffic conditions. If you are traveling out of the dynamic zone, you’ll be free to follow a suggested speed limit.
About every 25 to 40 miles, you’ll come across rest stops. It is important to take advantage of these as traveling on the Autobahn can be tiring. At these stops, you’ll normally find fuel, restaurants, bathrooms and convenience stores. You’ll also find some other stops that offer a relaxing picnic area for you to enjoy a bite to eat. While it might be tempting to see how far you can push your luxury supercar, it is recommended that you drive responsibly. Live out the dream of being on the most popular expressway in the fanciest car you can find, but do it safely.
Even though you are enjoying your supercar and all the amenities, be sure you also take in the various scenery around you. The prettiest part of the Autobahn is often referred to as the stretch from Cologne to Nuremberg. This major west-east route runs through some of the lower mountain ranges such as Westerwald, Spessart and Taunus. During your trip, you’ll see many forests and quaint villages in the valleys below. You could even spot the Limburg Cathedral while driving your fast supercar.
Be one of the few that gets the pleasure of driving a powerhouse of a supercar on Germany’s Autobahn highway.
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