We're the city's number-one choice for Miami convertible rentals of a higher caliber. Exotic Rides do not just pick up any old drop-tops just to fill out the numbers, but instead we hand-pick each and every vehicle with you in mind. Our convertible Audi r8 for example, is the perfect choice for anyone on the market, while our Chevy Corvette delivers new-generation sports car performance; both with looks that will have you turning heads for all the right reasons.
Maserati GranTourismo sport
The Gran Turismo Convertible is the open air version of Maserati's Gran Turismo Luxury Grand Tourer. It features an unmistakable Pininfarina design, a spacious interior and handcrafted details as well as driving pleasure and performance in spades. The shape of the Gran Turismo Convertible is the result of extensive aerodynamic testing aimed at limiting the drag typical of drop-top cars. The Gran Turismo Convertible boasts a CD (Coefficient of drag) that is one of the best in its class: 0.35 with the top up and 0.39 with it down. The spoiler and rear diffuser both contribute to improved road holding. The engines are from Ferrari/Maserati family. The revised 4.7L engine is rated 460 PS (338 kW; 454 hp). The Sport features a unique, sportier steering wheel and seats. The ZF six-speed automatic gearbox is standard. The latter has steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters and a stylish carbon fiber package. This handcrafted exotic will surely turn heads at any arrival destination.
This sport car lives up to its reputation. One of the most iconic and instantly recognizable convertibles in all of automotivedom, the latest Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet delivers an exquisite driving experience marked by impeccable performance and surprisingly high levels of luxury. Options add further luster but inflate the bottom line at an alarming rate; thankfully, even in "entry-level" form, the 911 is serious fun.
The Bentley Supersports is Bentley's most extreme road going car to date. The Supersports has had its power increased by 13 % (550 BHP up to 630 BHP) and weight cut by 110KG. This makes quite a difference, the 0-100 mph sprint now takes just 8.9 seconds and the top speed is 205 mph. The car is slowed by the largest brakes you have ever seen, huge ceramic disks that fill the 20" alloys and are gripped by equally huge calipers.The interior is Beluga black leather seats with quilted alcantara centres, all stitched in white.It really will turn heads. The exterior is also features some nice black details, such as the aggressive 20" lightweight alloys, the grilles and all exterior trim.The interior also benefits from full carbon trim to the dash and centre section.
Chevy Corvette Sting Ray
The all-new Corvette Stingray the seventh generation, or C7, as it is known sheds any remaining vestiges of its rude-and-crude heritage. It now competes with the world's most highly regarded sports cars in output, refinement, and features. To recognize this feat, we gave it a 10Best award. In appearance and performance, it fully earns the revival of its fabled Stingray badge. Should you have the means, we highly recommend it. A perennial on our 10 Best list (including 2014), a new Corvette is always big news. The all-new C7, however, is the biggest Vette news in many years. It's the most technologically advanced Corvette ever, and the first one in decades to carry the iconic Stingray name. Chevy knew the C7 would have to be something special to wear the badge, and it is. The C7 is powered by a 455-hp, 6.2-liter V-8 engine with direct injection, variable valve timing, and cylinder deactivation, mated to a rear-mounted six-speed automatic gearbox. The all-new frame is 57 percent stiffer and 99 pounds lighter and features cast aluminum cradles front and rear, hydroformed side tubing, and a beefed-up center tunnel. The suspension has only one major carry-over item: the composite transverse rear leaf spring.
Whether in coupe or convertible form, the styling is now more aggressive; the exterior shape is chiseled and purposeful but clearly Corvette, set off by an egg-crate grille and predatory LED headlamps. The hood and the roof panel are carbon fiber, and there are functional air scoops to help keep the car glued to the road. Most controversial, perhaps, are the rhomboid-shaped taillamps, but they'll only be seen by those left behind in your dust. The interior is significantly upgraded, with fully wrapped vinyl trim replacing molded plastic and two all-new seat styles: a standard seat designed for long-range comfort.
BMW 650 I
The BMW 650i convertible is a full-size luxury drop-top that offers an alluring combination of sultry style, potent powertrains and coddling comfort. Beautiful, elegant and sporty are among the words that best describe this 4 seater, which is also fast and furiously entertaining to drive. It can also be a convertible for all seasons that's as adept at powering through inclement wintry weather as it is heading to the beach in July with the roof top down.
The Ferrari California is a grand touring sports car produced by the Italian manufacturer Ferrari. It is a two-door 2+2 hard top convertible. When originally released, the California was powered by a front-mid mounted naturally aspirated 4.3-litre V8; in 2014 Ferrari introduced the second generation of the model, named California T and using a new twin-turbo 3.9-litre V8. The car revives the name used on the late-1950s Ferrari 250 GT Spyder California and the 1960s 365 California. It is also noted for being the least expensive car in the Ferrari range
The Lamborghini Gallardo is a sports car built by Lamborghini from 2003 to 2013. It is Lamborghini s best selling model with 14 022 being built throughout its lifetime.Named after a famous breed of fighting bull the V 10 Gallardo has been Lamborghini's sales leader and stable-mate to a succession of V 12 flagship models first to the Lamborghini Murcielago 4,099 built between 2001 and 2011 then to the current flagship Lamborghini Aventador.On November 25 2013 the last Gallardo was rolled off the production line.
The Bentley Continental GT is a grand tourer produced by British automaker Bentley Motors since 2003. It was the first car released by Bentley under Volkswagen AG-management after their acquisition of the company in 1998, and the first ever Bentley to employ "mass production" manufacturing techniques.