The Car Rental Company You Need To Know About
Created in partnership with VIRTUO
It’s Got The Coolest Cars
Virtuo keeps it simple with just three stylish models. There are two Mercedes on offer – the GLA 2020 and the understated A-Class – and both have high-tech finishes, sleek designs and easy interfaces. Then there’s its jewel in the crown – the Tesla Model 3 – offering everyone the chance to experience the future of motoring for a fraction of the cost.
The Tesla Is Seriously Hot
Did we mention that the Tesla Model 3 is pretty much the hottest car out there right now? Chargeable to 360 miles in just 30 minutes (other electrics can take up to 4 hours), your Virtuo rental gives you free access to a network of charging stations across the UK. It also gives you all the insane, futuristic benefits the car has to offer: from the smoothest autopilot system out there to Netflix access (strictly while charging, of course) plus voice control, smart navigation, ridiculous speed and more.
Cars Are Available 24/7
Operating in London, Manchester and Edinburgh, Virtuo offers car drop-off and collection all hours of the day. Whether it’s an airport run, business trip or boys golf weekend, you can summon the car of your choice at the drop of a hat. Or pick up your rental at its Park Lane headquarters.
The Process Is Simple
It’s 2021, so you can kiss goodbye to the hassle of rental agents and difficult customer service systems. Virtuo is totally user-friendly. Just download the app, upload a few details including your driving licence and rental dates, then let it do the work for you.
The App Is Really Handy
Not only does the app operate as a key to your vehicle, locking and unlocking, it lets you know how much battery or fuel you’ve used and your mileage so far – easy for keeping on top of those extra expenses and logistics.
It Doesn’t Cost The Earth
Rental prices start at just £43 a day – pertty good when you consider the high spec of the models on offer. As if you needed another reason to take a road trip this summer...
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