Audi On Demand Launches Beta Program In San Francisco
Audi will now rent you an R8 supercar for $1,195 per day
Audi today introduced Audi on demand, an innovative mobility program that gives customers a new way to experience the Audi brand and its range of vehicles at the touch of a button. With this service, customers can reserve an Audi by the day for up to 28 days. The premium service is currently available in San Francisco as part of a beta program and will be rolled out across additional U.S. cities in the coming years.
Audi on demand gives customers access to a wide range of the Audi vehicle lineup, you can get everything from an A5 for $200 per day up to an R8 Spyder for $1,285 per day. The fancier models have mileage limits of 200 miles per day with extra charges if you go over. Customers can use the Audi on demand app — currently available for download in the Apple App store — to select their preferred Audi model. It is then personally delivered to them at the location of their choice by an Audi on demand concierge, who will help the customer get acquainted with the vehicle, from setting music preferences to tailoring the navigation system.
Customers are able to lock and unlock their vehicle, as well as enable driving via the Audi on demand app or via a personal key card. No membership fee is required. Additionally, the vehicle the customer sees and requests in the Audi on demand app will be the same vehicle delivered to them — down to the exact color and trim.
“Audi on demand embodies the brand’s core values of technological progress and a love for discovery,” said Mark Del Rosso, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Audi of America. “The service is rooted in customization, personalization and having the right car for the right moment. While competing services point their customers to vehicles parked on the street, Audi on demand delivers a truly premium experience, with concierges personally delivering and returning vehicles for customers where and when they need them.”
Source: The Verge