Hertz Features Corvette Stingray Hertz Edition and Jaguar XJL

Corvette Stingray Hertz Edition.Hertz is expanding its Adrenaline Collection to feature the Corvette Stingray Hertz Edition and its Dream Car Collection to feature the Jaguar XJL.

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The Jaguar XJL’s aluminum platform provides light-weight and amazing rigidity for excellent handling. The long wheelbase offers much more space to rear seat passengers. The cabin features heated and ventilated seats and a panoramic glass roof for an entirely new driving experience. The Jaguar XJL boasts 0-60 mph in just 5.7 seconds with 340 BHP power and 332 lb-ft torque. Rentals start at $355 per day and include up to 75 miles per day.

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The Stingray Hertz Edition has been re-engineered from the group up – equipped with a new engine, transmission and an all-aluminum frame that weighs nearly 100 pounds less than the previous generation C6 Corvette. The Hertz Edition includes Velocity Yellow or Blade Silver exterior paint, with yellow brake calipers and a black hood stripe. The interior is black leather with suede dash accents and a numbered dash plaque. The Corvette Stingray Hertz Edition Is capable of 0-60 mph in 3.8 seconds with 460 BHP of power and 460 lb-ft in torque. Rentals start at $250 per day.

Both of Hertz’s additions will be available at many Hertz locations nationwide, including: Miami, Orlando, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Dallas.

Visit www.hertz.com

 

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