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Hertz introduces the Tesla Model S to expanding US Dream Cars lineup

The Hertz Corporation has expanded its Dream Cars offering with the introduction of the all-electric Tesla Model S in the US. With the expansion, Dream Cars consumers in select markets are now able to rent both the Tesla Model S and Tesla Roadster, along with a variety of other high-end performance vehicles, from Ferrari to Lamborghini to Porsche and Mercedes Benz.

The Tesla Model S to be available in California at San Francisco and Los Angeles airports is the 85kWh model, capable of 265 miles on one charge. The all electric, zero emissions car can accelerate from 0-60 mph in 4.2 seconds.

Hertz Dream Cars expand the availability for consumers to enjoy an once-in-a-lifetime luxury travel experience. Hertz Dream Cars, offered in 35 markets including Los Angeles, Miami and Las Vegas, include:

  • Aston Martin V8 Vantage
  • Audi R8, Spyder
  • Bentley Continental GT
  • Cadillac CTS-V
  • Ferrari (California, F430)
  • Lamborghini Gallardo
  • Land Rover Range Rover Sport
  • Mercedes-Benz AMG (SLS, C63, E63)
  • Mercedes-Benz (SL550, G550) -Porsche (911, Cayenne, Boxster, Panamera) -SRT Viper
  • Tesla Model S

The introduction of the all-electric Tesla Model S is part of Hertz’s Living Journey which focuses on the integration of sustainability best practices. Through Hertz’s Living Journey, 74% of Hertz’s cars average 28+ mpg and the Company’s Green Traveler Collection features low emission and fuel efficient vehicles which average better than 48+ mpg and includes a range of Hybrids, electric, CNG, and clean diesel vehicles.



Excellent demo place for Tesla?

Henry Gibson

Edison and Tesla made many electrical devices and Henry Ford made automobiles and had a son name Edsel. Will a small cheap Tesla be called an edisel for Edison who promoted direct current and batteries instead of Tesla who promoted alternating current. The direct current of the batteries is converted into three phase alternating current for the motor, but the company should have used switched reluctance drives instead. ..HG..

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