Most Rented Porsches in Stuttgart
Porsche 718 Boxster
The Porsche 718 Boxster has 2 doors and seating for 2 people. It is powered by a 2.0-litre turbocharged flat four engine. Top speeds reach 170km/h and 0 to 100km/h takes 4.2 seconds. Features include a 7 inch touchscreen display with Porsche Communication Management. There is a luggage compartment in the front and in the back.
Look snazzy in a Porsche 718 Boxster in Stuttgart
Experience the thrill of open-air driving when you rent a Porsche 718 Boxster. The latest model features wider rear tyres for better road grip. It also offers a stiffer rear subframe and firmer dampers that sharpen the response. The driver enjoys a race-track ambience with a 918-inspired design steering wheel. Choose from a manual or a PDK gearbox to best suit your style. This 2-seater with rear-wheel drive and a mid-engine layout is an iconic model for the perfect romantic drive in Stuttgart.
Short Autobahn Adventure Trip with a Porsche Boxster :
Enjoy a fast drive from Stuttgart to Lake Konstanz via the A81 Autobahn. On a sunny day, drop the top and cruise along the German autobahn with your rented Porsche Boxster. Lake Konstanz, the largest lake of Germany, is a picturesque destination for holidays all year round. You can enjoy some strawberry picking and then eat ice-cream while you walk along water’s edge.
Porsche 911 Coupé
The Porsche 911 coupé is a 2-door 4-seater sports car. It features a 3.0-litre turbocharged flat-6 engine with a 7-speed manual gearbox. Headline figures are 0 to 100km/h in 4.5 seconds and top speeds of 290km/h. Features include seating with 4-way electronic adjustments.
Experience the new Porsche 911 coupé in Stuttgart
The Porsche 911 has been around for decades and never fails to delight as the model of choice for a stylish road trip. The latest model takes a step away from the two-thirds steel shell. Now it is only one-third of steel with the rest being aluminium. The body shape is slightly wider and shapelier, but still screams classic 911-style. This model offers blistering speeds, responsive steering and tight hugging of the road. While you get the thrill of speed, your passengers relax in a luxurious cabin fitted with genuine leather and world-class trims.
Head off to Schorndorf for the day: This ancient town dates back to 1235, with a rich history in the wine and salt trade. Car enthusiasts will learn about its prominent citizen, Gottlieb Daimler. He invented the light petrol engine, subsequently used in automobile construction.
The Porsche Panamera is a four-door, four-passenger sedan powered by a 4.8-liter V8 engine and 400 horsepower. This all-wheel-drive vehicle is equipped with an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission plus manual shifting mode. The interior offers eight-way power seats, a backup camera and cruise control. The boot space has enough room to hold a couple of suitcases plus the rear seats fold down.
Why Rent a Porsche Panamera in Stuttgart:
Sometimes you just need a little extra room to entertain loved ones and business associates. That’s why the high-class Porsche Panamera is a great option. This four-door sedan has the room you need without sacrificing any of the class this elite brand is known for. It’s also paired with a powerful engine that is fun to test out. Take a trip to Rubble Hill to get a new perspective on the damage caused by the war. All the rubble from the attacks was placed here to stand as a monument of what was lost. You can pay your respects at this solemn location.
Other Similar Luxury Cars in Stuttgart:
The Porsche brand is highly desired while traveling, but so is the BMW 7 Series. This four-door sedan is powered by a 3.0-liter V6 engine and 320 horsepower. If you are looking to have some fun in the sun, you might prefer the use of our luxury Maserati GranCabrio. This four-passenger convertible is equipped with a 4.7-liter V8 engine and 440 horsepower.
Places to Travel in Your Luxury Porsche Rental
If you have a day or more to spend in Stuttgart, you could explore the city’s vast amount of museums from the comfort of your Porsche 911. There are plenty of options in town that could keep you busy for a week or longer. In fact, they are home to five of the eleven state museums. The main one to stop by is the Old State Gallery which has been opened since 1843. There are works ranging in date from the 14th to the 19th-century. You’ll find famous pieces from Renoir, Rembrandt, Rubens, Monet, Beuys and Cézanne. Head right next door to see the New State Gallery which has been open since 1980. Among the works inside this controversial modern building, you’ll find Dali, Picasso, Chagall, Kandinsky, Beckmann, Matisse, Klee and Miró.
The Old Castle, founded in 1862, traces the history of Württemberg with memorabilia from counts, kings and dukes. There’s even a museum inside dedicated to Claus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg who attempted to assassinate Hitler in 1944.
As a fan of fine vehicles, you’ll want to make stops at both the Mercedes-Benz Museum and the Porsche Museum. Brush up on your knowledge of your favorite brands and take a look at some of the most magnificent cars ever made.
If you are a history fan, there are several options for you as well. Check out the Haus der Geschichte, open since 1987. It has numerous exhibits showcasing local history plus the conflict between cultural history and modern society. The State Museum of Natural History Stuttgart (SMNS) is located in Park Rosenstein and housed in Castle Rosenstein. It has a strong emphasis on natural history and biology while the nearby Löwentor Museum focuses more on geology and paleontology.
Other museums you won’t want to miss include the Stuttgart Art Museum, open since 2005. It stands right on the corner of Schlossplatz and you can’t miss it because it’s in a glass cube. Not far from there is the Hegel House, which was the birthplace of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel. There’s also the nearby Linden Museum, open since 1911. It’s an international ethnological museum worth seeing. Finally, you’ll want to make a stop at the Stuttgart Tram Museum, otherwise known as Straßenbahnwelt Stuttgart. It’s located in Bad Cannstatt and offers a vast display of historical vehicles which date back to 1868.
Whether you choose to visit a local museum or spend your time enjoying your Porsche vehicle on a road trip, you are sure to stand out in a crowd. Get behind the wheel of these high-powered cars and show the region how classy you truly are.
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