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Audi Sport rental

Over the years, Audi has launched a wide range of car models, including sedans, coupes, convertibles, SUVs and supercars. The current Audi model range includes the A, Q, S and RS series, as well as hybrid and electric models such as the Audi e-tron. Audi cars are appreciated for their elegant design, reliable performance and build quality.

Prices of location

Audi Sport rental prices in France can vary depending on a number of factors, including the model of Audi Sport you wish to rent, the length of the rental, the season, the location of the rental, etc.

In general, rental prices for an Audi Sport can start at around €200 per day for a basic model, but can easily exceed €1000 per day for the higher end models.

It is important to note that these prices often do not include additional costs such as insurance, taxes, fuel costs and cleaning costs, which can also add to the total cost of the rental.

History of Audi Sport

Audi is a German premium car brand specialising in the design, production and marketing of luxury, sports and performance cars. Founded in 1909 by August Horch, it has been part of the Volkswagen Group since 1965.

Audi is known for its technological innovation and outstanding performance. Audi models are often equipped with quattro technology, an all-wheel drive system developed by the brand in 1980. This technology improves the vehicles’ traction and stability, especially on slippery surfaces and difficult roads.

In motorsport, Audi has had great success, especially in endurance races such as the 24 Hours of Le Mans, which they have won several times. Their commitment to racing has enabled the brand to develop and integrate advanced technologies into their production vehicles.

Audi is also committed to sustainability and environmental innovation, with projects such as the Audi e-tron, their first fully electric vehicle launched in 2018. They continue to invest in the development of green technologies, such as plug-in hybrid systems and synthetic fuels, to reduce the emissions and environmental impact of their vehicles.