Hertz Europe Adds New Luxury Car to its Selezione Italia Premium Fleet

Hertz Europe

Hertz Europe has unveiled the latest addition to its Selezione Italia (Italian Collection) fleet with the arrival of a new rental exclusive: the Alfa Romeo Giulia 2.9T V6 Quadrifoglio.

The four-door car is equipped with a 2.891-litre V6 engine, delivering 375kW / 510hp, and offering a maximum torque of 600 Nm at 2,500 rpm  to embody the Italian motoring heritage of the 1960s.

Available exclusively at select locations to Hertz customers in Italy, the Hertz Selezione Italia brings “Made in Italy” cars and luxury with a personalized welcome service, forming part of the company’s premium offer.

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The Selezione Italia fleet now includes the following main models: Abarth 595 Competizione e Turismo;Abarth 124 SpiderAlfa Romeo Giulia QuadrifoglioAlfa Romeo StelvioAlfa Romeo Giulia VeloceAlfa Romeo 4CFiat 500 CabrioFiat 124 SpiderMaserati GhibliMaserati Levante and Maserati Levante Hertz Limited; and the Edition Maserati Quattroporte.

The Selezione Italia forms part of Hertz’s commitment to offer customers a range of fleet options and luxury, tailored experiences across its markets, the company says. Earlier this year Hertz launched its British Collection in the UK , a premium customer service rental offer, including a suite of services and products, with models including the Land Rover Discovery Sport and the Jaguar F Pace, E Pace, XE and XF. Customers choosing Selezione Italia can benefit from a make-and-model guarantee, which allow the car being booked is the one they drive away with along with combined with service and dedicated staff to offer a rental experience.

Terms and conditions apply. For bookings and further information please visit: www.hertz.com/selezioneitalia

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