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CarVia Luxury Car rental Germany

Germany is a Western European country with forests, rivers, and great mountain ranges like the Alps. It has over 2,000 years of history. Berlin, the capital, has a diverse art scene and nightlife, the Brandenburg Gate and many memorials to the Second World War. Bavaria and above all Munich is famous for the Oktoberfest and beer halls like the Hofbräuhaus from the 16th century. Frankfurt is the seat of the European Central Bank. A trip is definitely worthwhile to the socially democratically led founding member of the European Union. Rent your luxury Car and enjoy driving through this Car excited Country with no Speed Limit on the motorway.

Most popular in Germany

Porsche 911 Carrera T

  • 370 HP
  • 150 km/day
  • 2 + 2 Seater

BMW i8

  • 374 HP
  • 150 km/day
  • 2 + 2 Seater

Porsche 718 Boxster

  • 300 HP
  • 150 km/day
  • 2 Seater

Rent a luxury car in germany

Carl Benz invented the automobile in Germany. The world's highest density of premium car manufacturers has since than grown in Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg. Luxury brands like Mercedes-Benz produce the most comfortable luxury limuosins in the world. And when it comes to sports cars, Porsche is the non plus ultra in the world. So that and the fact that Germany is the only country in the world where there is no limit to the amount of gas you can accelerate on the motorway make it clear why you should rent a luxury car here. Experience speeds of over 200 km/h on the "German Autobahn" and use your special rental car to explore Germany.

Your advantages with CarVia

  • Personal 24/7-support during your booking
  • Premium luxury cars
  • Newest and guaranteed models
  • Fully comprehensive insurance included
  • Transparent rental conditions
  • Free cancellation up to 1 week before the rental start

Top luxury Car hire destinations in Germany

Other luxury Cars in Germany

BMW M2 Competition

  • 410 HP
  • 150 km/day
  • 4 Seater

Porsche 911 Carrera S

  • 450 HP
  • 150 km/day
  • 2 + 2 Seater

Porsche Macan GTS

  • 360 HP
  • 150 km/day
  • 5 Seater

Mercedes-Benz G 500

  • 421 HP
  • 150 km/day
  • 5 Seater

Porsche Panamera 4

  • 330 HP
  • 150 km/day
  • 4 Seater

Abarth 595 Tourismo

  • 165 HP
  • 150 km/day
  • 4 Seater

Abarth 595 Competizione

  • 180 HP
  • 150 km/day
  • 4 Seater

Sports car and Porsche rental in Germany

CarVia's fleet of luxury cars includes, of course, sports cars. That's why you can also rent particularly fast two-seaters at locations like Munich. Most of our rental cars come from the Stuttgart-based automobile group Porsche. With the classic sports car, the Porsche 911, you can experience sporty driving particularly well. We work closely with the Porsche brand and can therefore also give you a perfect introduction to Porsche rental cars. Then you will also feel safer in such a powerful car. So rent a Porsche and experience all by yourself now!

Germany Driving Tours

In Germany, the roads are perfectly built, so you can comfortably cover long distances with a sports car. In addition, you can combine your own driving experience very well with automobile history with a visit to the museums around the brands BMW, Audi, Porsche and Mercedes-Benz. We are happy to organize your road trip through Germany with a great route and exceptional accommodation. Then you don't have to worry about anything anymore and can experience the whole program in your rented luxury car.

What do I need to rent a luxury Car

As is the case with all car rentals, the presentation of a valid identification document and driving licence is also mandatory for Luxury rentals. You will also need a credit card on which the deposit can be blocked. The minimum age for most of the Luxury cars is 23 years. You are welcome to find answers to further questions in our FAQs or contact us directly.


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We will be happy to assist you from our Headquarters in Munich, Germany.