Press Release (ePRNews.com) - LONDON - Jan 04, 2019 - In recent times the demand for long-term supercar hire has risen in the U.K. London based firm PB Supercars are now the market leaders in this class of car rental. They boast the largest fleet of self-owned supercars for hire in the U.K. With the recent addition of a Mercedes AMG GTS, Aston Martin DB11 and Lamborghini Aventador, it’s obvious why they are the number one choice for supercar hire in the UK.
Currently, there are four options for Lamborghini hire available, but Andrew who is the general manger says that “they intend to increase to this to five in the coming months with the arrival of the much anticipated Lamborghini Urus. He also adds that they intend to increase their Audi R8 hire choices by adding another one of these vehicles to the fleet also.”
Long-term rentals are available from 1-12 months on either a rolling monthly contract giving the option to terminate without notice, or on a set term contract, the latter being the cheaper option starting at £1750 per month for a Jaguar F-Type, rising to £8400 per month for the top of the range Lamborghini Aventador.
In the coming months, PB Supercars is hoping to secure two more offices and increase the fleet to 40 cars. Current brands include Aston Martin, Audi R8, Bentley, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati, Mercedes, McLaren, Jaguar, Porsche and Rolls Royce.
Andrew adds, “Since 2006 we have been supplying cars on a short-term basis generally from 1 – 7 days, to over 7000 clients in and around London. Our superior customer service has established us as the leading UK supercar hire specialist. Now with the increase in the fleet and the ability to offer longer-term hire we are able to offer our services nationwide and expect the client base to double within 2 years.”
By offering long-term hire it’s an ideal way to change your car every few months. Check out their website for great Bentley hire deals or perhaps one of their longer-term Lamborghini hire options. More information can be found at https://www.pbsupercars.com. Source :