When you want to roll up to the club in style, these SUVs will do it. Until now, there have been very few places where you can rent a Lamborghini Urus or a Rolls Royce Cullinan, to, you know, see if you like it.
In March of 2022 Turo.com increased the upper limit of the cars it rents from $125,000 to $200,000, and that opened up a whole slew of new exotic SUVS rentals, including G-Wagons and Lambos.
Turo.com is a peer-to-peer car rental company. It’s like AirBnB for cars. You can list your car. Or, if you’re in a new town and don’t want to drive what’s available at the Enterprise lot check Turo for a Lambo, Porsche or even pick up Lebron James’ 2016 Mercedes Maybach for $900-a-day.
This 2015 G-Wagon 6×6 for $1,250/day
Kim Kardashian has a G-Class, but hers only has four wheels.
Sure, it’s $1,300 a day to rend this. But few vehicles make a statement like a six-wheeled, white-on-white, 2015 Mercedes-Benz G-wagon. The owner of his particular G-Class puts a few stipulations on it: no off-roading, and no commercial use. So, don’t rent this if you plan on putting it in your next rap video.
G-Wagons are exceptional vehicles, and a G-Wagon (short for Geladewagen) is also uber expensive when new. A new one easily costs $150,000, but it can climb hills like a mountain goat while you’re coddled in some of the finest leather Benz offers. We have no idea how much a 6×6 conversion of a G-Wagon costs, but it can’t be cheap.
This 2021 Lamborghini Urus for $1,250/day
Exotic SUV rentals don’t get much more exotic than a 2021 Lamborghini.
Let alone one in flat black. You can rent this Urus for $1,250 a day and take four of your best friends for a 186-mile-per-hour run down the PCH. Celebs love the Urus, and its easy to see why.
The Lamborghini Urus is Lambo’s most successful vehicle ever. It combines supercar styling and power with a luxurious interior and a bit of practicality. It has 641 horsepower, can hit 60 miles per hour in 3.1 seconds, and insane curb appeal. A new one costs about $225,00, so $1,250 sounds like a bargain, but bring your gas card because it only gets about 14 miles per gallon.
This 2021 Bentley Bentayga for $800/day
Black on red. This is the perfect vehicle for cruising the Sunset Strip in style and killer exotic SUV Rental. The Bentley Bentayga combines all of the luxury you imagine in a Bentley, it’s just taller. A new Bentayga starts at $167,000, and this one has all the features you’d expect in an SUV that costs as much as a house.
We can’t tell from the pictures or from the listing which version this is. Bentaygas comes in four flavors: Hybrid, V8, S and Speed. The Hybrid is the least expensive, while the Speed is the fastest and has a W-12 motor, just like its corporate cousin the Bugatti Chiron.
But sorry youngsters; You have to be at least 30-years-old to book the Bentley.
This Tesla Model X with Ludicrous+ for $999/day
It may be expensive at $999-a-day to rent, but you don’t have to pay anything to fill it up. This one has the free charging option. It is the P90DL version with Ludicrous+ mode, which means that it is stupid quick. This particular one is the six-seater version, and like all Xs it has the rear gullwing doors. It’s also murdered out, or painted flat black everything, if you like that look.
The Tesla Model X has a 259-horsepower motor on the front wheels AND a 503-horsepower motor powering the rears. That means this thing makes 532 horsepower, instant torque, and will keep up with (or maybe beat) the Lamborghini Urus to 60.
This 6×6 Jeep Gladiator for $575/day
What is it with six-wheel conversions in L.A? They certainly look cool, and when you want to make an impression this will do it. Black on black, with a convertible roof makes this one look the business, and the owner, David, says you can use it for photo shoots and take the roof and doors off. A Gladiator isn’t exactly an exotic SUV rental, but a 6×6 makes this one.
The Jeep Gladiator is the truck version of the Wrangler. It’s not quite the off-road beast the Wrangler is, because of its extra length, but the extra capability of the bed is nice tradeoff.